The name may be Arabic for "dish," but get ready for several, a procession of flavors served in crescendo at this fine-dining restaurant. The traditional Moroccan fixed menu, featuring not one but two tagines (first poultry, then lamb), couscous, starter, and dessert, is wheeled out in serious style. Dine among lanterns and petals in the intimate yellow-ocher courtyard of this small riad hidden just inside Bab L'Ksour. It's stylish and friendly, and the cuisine is very good. A fixed-price menu includes four courses and drinks.
22, Derb Abdellah ben Hessaien, R'mila Bab L'Ksour, Marrakesh, Morocco