Behind a bright yellow facade and a monumental gate, you think you are entering a riad in the heart of the medina of Marrakech. Inside, walls in ochre tones decorated with terracotta dishes, carved coffee tables, mosaics, poufs, displays of dried vegetables and spices and an invasive oriental musical atmosphere, but the change of scenery is assured. As the address has so far been famous and the menu well provided, you have to be a little patient to be served kemias, mechouis, bricks, meat or fish couscous, copious and flavoured. And let's be clear: this is a restaurant that has lost some. We waited for the service for a very long time, despite an almost empty place, and if the meal was not bad, it was not unforgettable either. Strange.
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