Reviews on Moroccan food in Bamako, Mali. One of the fastest growing cities in the world, Bamako sprawls across the flat plains to the north and south of the Niger River, with the Presidential Palace overlooking from the northern escarpment. The city is a major port, home to Mali's largest international airport and the Dakar-Niger Railway. Bamako is also a cultural hub, boasting multiple museums, a zoo, botanical gardens, the Bamako Grand Mosque and the Cathedral of Bamako.
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VoilÃ une belle dÃ©couverte orientale !Dans un cadre trÃ¨s agrÃ©able Ã lâextÃ©rieur comme Ã lâintÃ©rieur, nous avons Ã©tÃ© trÃ¨s bien accueilli par le patron en personne.Ensuite ce fÃ»t une dÃ©couverte de tajine dÃ©licieux aussi bon les uns que les autres ...La carte trop diversifiÃ©e brouille un peu lâidentitÃ© du lieu mais lâessentiel est lÃ !Une adresse Ã dÃ©couvrir sans tarder...
There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with this restaurant other than it's slightly away from the rest of the restaurants that are all in a strip. But the food was pretty good and there was live music starting around 9pm. There was a vegan couscous option, which I appreciated. the couscous itself was slightly bland as they served boullion to put on it (though that was not vegan), but the chickpeas and veggies were delicious.
Our restaurant the stopover of Morocco in Bamako. It is a very well known restaurant in the zone of Bamako .our restaurant and in the african and european moroccan specialties. Our objective of satisfies the customers
Restaurant l'escale du Maroc Ã Bamako .Il est dans un bon coin calme avec bon terrasse le soir . sa reste ouvert tard .Bon rÃ©ception .Avec des repas marocain trÃ¨s dÃ©licieux.
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