Now, I think this was the name of the restaurant, but I could be wrong - if anyone recognises the place from the picture, please feel free to correct me!
This restaurant on the outskirts of Agdz appeared to be geared up for tour groups. We were shepherded up a flight of stairs, where round tables were laid out for 6 people.
Pleasant decor, tiled walls and floors, quite airy. Based on a kasbah design. A small terrace was a good spot for views of Jebbel Kissane - though it was a bit hot to stand out for too long!
Toilets outside (western style, clean, with paper and soap provided)- attendant often in situ -5dh tip), plus additional wash basins on the ground floor.
There was also a gift shop which sold guide books, maps and post cards, plus shop with bottled and canned drinks, crisps, chocolate and biscuits etc, as well as a cafe all on the ground floor.
The meal was included in our tour budget, so I'm not sure how much it cost. We ate here twice - on our way too and then from Zagora. Both times we ate tagine. These consisted of vegetables and meat, and were very tasty.
Favorite Dish: The tagines were quite tasty!
You seat under the tent and team with Isamail Youssfi are preparing tajine, which is soo good, that you can't stop eating. We eat before in many different places tajine, but this place we admire a lot. Team in here is young and flexible.
Favorite Dish: The vegetable they use were fresh from the market. They had very good aromatic herbs and they add good goat meat and the taste was just superb.Place is surounded with the palmery.