Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese offerings are intermingled with Oriental silks and Balinese goddesses adorning the walls in this stylish restaurant, which is geared towards westernized tastes. Beautifully presented plates of sushi nearly all feature cream cheese, which may horrify the purist and makes the food heavier than it should be. That said, the Vietnamese bo bun (beef with peanut sauce) and the seaweed salad are tasty. It's a perfect marriage on the surface, but the quality of food is inconsistent and not classically Thai. The fixed-price lunch menu is a good value at 120 DH.
8, av. Oued el Markhazine, opposite the Royal Tennis Club, Marrakesh, Morocco