This French-run place hidden at the souk's northern tip is regularly booked with upscale tourists and expats, and is well suited for an intimate evening for two. The sunny rooftop garden is a good lunch or afternoon tea spot. A smaller terrace adorned with statues and masks from West Africa rounds out the dining-room options. Chic à la carte dishes include foie gras and fig tagine; for a lighter snack at lunchtime try an eggplant mille-feuille with mozzarella. The ground-floor bar is also open to nondiners.
Dec 24, 2007
If you want to eat a good Morrocon Food , I really advise this place . Good food , good service . I saw " valet walking" first time :) no cars allowed to the small street , a vale was waiting for us to lead to the restaurant .