|Lemon Chicken Tajine|
Marinated chicken cooked with preserved lemon, olives, spices and vegetables – although the chicken was cooked very well and was so tender that it would fall apart as you picked it up, the rest of the dish seemed quite bland.
|Cous cous Royal|
Apparently one of their national dish, consisting of chicken, lamb, merguez and vegetables, cooked in a flavoured sauce and served over a bed of steamed cous cous.
Sweet pastry roll with a cheese centre, with crushed nuts sprinkled on top and served with honey and cream – although it had a nice honey flavour, the pastry was not crunchy as one would expect, and seemed overly drenched with the honey.
The tea was probably one of my favourite parts of the meal – it was enhanced with a slight honey taste and was served in a beautifully ornamented tea pot.
Overall found the dishes to be quite bland tasting, although it was nice to go to a restaurant that seemed different from the typical restaurants we visit.