Beautifully located, in the heart of the Todra gorge, lies restaurant Les Roches. We went in for lunch, and found it very crowded with tourgroups. The have a small menu, and once you want to order something, you'll find out that there are only 2 or 3 dishes available from the whole list.
The food we ordered was OK, and tasty.
We did not have a good feel about this restaurant, as there were too many people, and the food was overpriced.
Too expensive for what you get. (405 dirhams for 3 adults and 3 kids)
Wonderful salade brochettes pizza cous-cous tajine, and fruit of the season, they make what you want to eat. You eat in- or out side, or on top of the house. And the family makes music, and if you like they teach you to cook moroccan food.
Favorite Dish: My favourite is Pizza Berbere, and brochette chicken.
If you eat here once, you want to come back for more.
After traveling for weeks in Morocco and enjoying Tajine and Couscous every day one might be a little hungry for something else. I had not expected to find in this little town south of the High Atlas such a good french cuisine. Michele, who is in her sixty's, opened this fine restaurant looking like a french country house. On the first floor she serves french food, on the secong floor moroccan food, and compared to prices in Europe it is not expensive, a main course is between 70 and 150 Dirham.
Try a cocktail before, even ice cubes are available.
Also Michele's story is interesting. She lived in France when one day her daughter told her she would marry a man from Morocco. Michele was very upset, even went to Morocco to avoid this. At the end the daughter married somebody else and Michele stayed in Morocco.
Favorite Dish: I had Boeuf Stroganoff and it was very delicious.