Find out what French restaurants to try in Azemmour. Azemmour or Azamor (Berber: Azemmur, meaning: olive; Portuguese: Azamor) is a Moroccan city, lying at the Atlantic ocean coast, on the left bank of the Oum Er-Rbia River, 75 km southwest of Casablanca.
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4 based on 17 reviews
We had excellently prepared mixed grill and sorbet for dessert. The green beans really are superbly done - crisp and garlicky. The service was excellent as well and the drink menu is reasonable for wine bottles (although bar rail/cocktails are pricier) that you can enjoy on your beach chair. (comes with a few things to munch on too). To echo the review below, it would be nice if this place would remain open to enjoy the sunset.
4 based on 228 reviews
Le Prive, un restaurant chic au beau dÃ©cor. Une cuisine pleine de hauteur et de respect du produit pour agrÃ©menter vos soirÃ©es et faire l'objet d'une nouvelle aventure culinaire. Une Ã©quipe conviviale Ã l'Ã©coute de vos exigences et heureuse de cÃ©lÃ©brer av
Had dinner here with friends.Nice restaurant that has a bar front of house.Owner Eric was very helpful.Food was excellent and good selection of wines.It is a pleasure to read your opinion, we were happy to receive you and have a good time with youWe always try to improve thanks to your encouragementsee youwe are happy to have satisfied you
4 based on 141 reviews
The first thing to say is that the large signage saying that this is Ali Baba has been taken down and the whole building seems to come under the Villa MazagÃ£o logo and sign. However, the actual Villa MazagÃ£o restaurant is only the fast food type part on the ground floor. There is a small sign saying Ali Baba on the extreme top right of the building as you look at it. The waiter told me that this was still Ali Baba and that they would be putting up a larger sign to say so "shortly". The second thing to say is that the place is open during the whole of Ramadan and is serving alcohol, a welcome change from before. With a restricted set of options, my English friend and I decided to try here for his birthday dinner, despite a pretty terrible experience last time.The menu was quite extensive this time and changes according to what they have brought in as it is written on a chalkboard. There were 6 options for the starter - I chose octopus salad which was very good. The octopus had clearly been microwaved on the defrost setting as it was faintly warm, but I can't blame them for that. The salad was artistically presented with a nice dressing. My friend had the terrine de canard which was also well presented. I tried some and although it smelled fabulous, the terrine was not the best I have ever tasted.There were 5 fish options for the main and 4 meat options. As it's Ramadan, I have been eating a lot of fish because the port comes alive late afternoon and fresh catches can be bought cheaply so I didn't want fish. I chose the meat brochettes and asked for them to be mi-cuit. That is exactly how they came. They were accompanied by al dente vegetables and chips. However, this latter is what let the dish down, they were floppy and greasy and just like chips that went into the oil when it wasn't hot enough. In addition, they had been salted in the kitchen, a practise I do not care for. My friend had swordfish. It looked beautiful but I didn't try any. We both had CrÃ¨me Caramel for dessert after being informed that the strawberries would come with yogurt and not the advertised cream. It was fine, mercifully not over-sweetened and with a nice syrup.This was a far better experience than last time. They even provided butter and not margarine with the bread and tapas. However, there were those couple of niggling things mentioned above. And they still don't take credit or debit cards, which I find strange for such a restaurant. The service was attentive and efficient from the sole waiter. We enjoyed the meal this time and will be returning.
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