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About Al-fassia Restaurant, Marrakesh
Overview of Al-fassia Restaurant
Al-fassia Restaurant lies in the city of Marrakesh in Morocco. Although listed here, Al-fassia Restaurant is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Marrakesh.
Attractions like Jardin Majorelle, Djemaa El Fna, Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, La Bahia Palace and Maison De La Photographie are the usual crowd pullers of Marrakesh and you might easily miss out Al-fassia Restaurant amidst these top things to do in Marrakesh.
Al-fassia Restaurant is generally not available on the guided Marrakesh tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.
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Travel off the beaten track to discover an altogether different pace of life in Morocco on this 8-hour Berber trails 4-wheel drive tour from Marrakech. Follow ancient Berber trails across the Atlas mountains with your guide. Soak up stunning views of rural Moroccoâs sweeping valleys and high mountain peaks. Travel through the Ourika, Asni, Imlil and Tahannaout valleys to traditional mountain villages far from bustling Marrakech. Share a hot cup of mint tea with friendly locals in the village of Tahanaout, and enjoy a traditional Berber lunch.
Discover all the fun and excitement of Moroccan folklore at the Fantasia Moroccan Dinner and Cultural Show.
Take the hassle out of arriving in Morocco by pre-booking your Marrakech Airport Private Arrival Transfer before you even board the plane. You will be met at the airport and escorted to an air-conditioned vehicle for an easy ride to your hotel.
Escape the busy city and discover rural Morocco on this 3.5-hour Ourika Valley day trip from Marrakech. Leave bustling Marrakech behind and set off a day trip to the Ourika Valley, a lush oasis of vegetation beneath the magnificent Atlas Mountains. Explore the Oued Ourika gorge with your guide and discover an entirely different pace of life, enjoying a cup of mint tea in a traditional Berber house. This tour is ideal for travellers short on time, eager to experience rural life outside Marrakech.
Getting around Al-fassia Restaurant, Marrakesh
Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 1.38 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 2 minutes. The expense of the trip is MAD 30.Walk
It is recommended to walk. The distance is around 1.42 Kilometre and it will take around 17 minutes to reach the place on foot.
Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 26.46 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 26 minutes. The expense of the trip is MAD 290.Car
The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 26 minutes, covering a distance of 26.46 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 3.
Take a Bus from Carré Eden Shopping Center. The total distance will be 4.22 Kilometre costing MAD 100 and the duration of the trip will be 10 minutes.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly MAD 50, taking around 5 minutes. The distance between the two points is 3.52 Kilometre.Walk
By walking for 39 minutes for a distance of 3.25 Kilometre.
Share your experience - Rate Al-fassia Restaurant, Marrakesh
They sell them self as a hight end restaurant with price to match. But the staff needs more training on when to bring and remove place settings and attentiveness. They don't refill your drinks for you ones it's on your table or clean the table between courses. The flavors of the dishes were goods but more thought needs to go into their prep of the dishes like cut up the chicken just a bit and not serve it to me like I was at a street stall. We ordered 5 dishes and two of them had chicken in it that was so dry we could not eat it. I have had better Moroccan food for way less. If you are a traveler it's okay food if you are a foodie look else where!
We had made a reservation for the ten o'clock seating and arrived on time. Once seated, we were informed that the kitchen had "run out" of chicken, beef, and lamb. Realistically 80% (probably higher) of the menu was "gone" despite them knowing of our reservation. We ordered vegetarian couscous and fish pastilla. Both arrived unusually fast (before the people beside us who had arrived first received their dishes) both of our dishes were mediocre relative to what we had experienced so far in Marrakech The real kicker is that after we had been served our food two more young guys who arrived well after us ordered and each received beef and lamb dishes. Either we had been lied to or there had been a shipment of fresh lamb and beef at 11 p.m. in the 20 minutes between us ordering and them ordering...
Definitely the best Tagines we had in town and generally the food quality was very good. The prices are definitely high for the city but we felt like it was worth the $. The service was good but not great. The women definitely needed warming up with lots of smiles before they'll give one back; however we received everything we needed. We thought lunch ended at 2:30 but I wonder that's more like last seating rather than closing. We went on a tour afterwards and our tour guide said he also recommends the restaurant to his other clients. There are two, but this one in the new city is better according to him. As a tourist, we really got a sense of the excellent traditional cuisine with modern comforts.
This is a Moroccan restaurant catered for tourists. The prices are more than reasonable. It does feel like a 5-star experience, but the food quality did not match the price
As with a few other recent reviews of this restaurant I was really looking forward to dining here after reading so many reports but left let down. For what is trying to be a high end restaurant the service needs to be adjusted. From the moment of entry the service was quite cold (having dined at ksar essasoun the night before who had exemplary service it was more pronounced). The food was good in patches (definitely above average) but for the price I expected better. The seafood pastilla was delicious a real highlight dish, and the lamb and prune ravine had good flavours but the lamb and vegetable couscous was extremely bland. Overall food was a b+ setting an a- and service a b-. This is all passable if there weren't so many other options for a fraction of the price that are better value.
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