Definitely the best Tagines we had in town and generally the food quality was very good. The prices are definitely high for the city but we felt like it was worth the $. The service was good but not great. The women definitely needed warming up with lots of smiles before they'll give one back; however we received everything we needed. We thought lunch ended at 2:30 but I Think that's last seating rather than closing. Some guests arrived closer to 2:30 and was seated.
We went on a tour afterwards and our tour guide said he also recommends the restaurant to his other clients. There are two, but this one in the new city is better according to him.
As a tourist, we thought it was a great experience in that we ate great tradional cuisine with modern comforts.
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