Soak up the sun on the well-maintained beaches of Agadir, southern Morocco's most-visited city. Palm-lined boulevards and beachfront bars add a decidedly Western-resort feel, amplified by the large number of Europeans who flock here in the winter months. It’s all about laid-back relaxation in Agadir, so ride a camel, rent a beach buggy, check out the Suq al-Had market or take the 20-minute walk up to the ruins of the Agadir Kasbah for expansive city views if you’re taking a break from the beach.
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4 based on 919 reviews
Like most Agadir restaurants this winter, seems to be affected by the abnormally low temperatures which incline visitors to dine in their hotels or close to their apartments. This detracts from the overall experience of eating out as the atmosphere in half empty restaurants is not the same as when the places are full. The food and service however are as good as ever.
4 based on 529 reviews
We were recommended Daffy for the local food experience. It was great, authentic Moroccan food — tagine, couscous. Delicious! And incredibly reasonable. We were stuffed from the fragrant fare and it was just over £10. A definite place to go if you’re interested in this kind of experience. It is very basic otherwise, but we like that as part of a genuine feel.
4 based on 293 reviews
Have visited twice for lunch and will be going back again and again. The first visit was with a group, tables were moved and set up to accommodate us all together. We ordered from several different menus but all received our food together. Presentation was great regardless of which menu the dish came from. The waiter was very attentive throughout.
The second visit was as a couple, we were remembered and welcomed back. Again food and service were excellent, both quality and value.
4.5 based on 789 reviews
Cocktails, dinner, live music,gastro,poisson,fish,marocain- full evening in Le Jardin d'Eau Atmosphere Bodeguita and Happy Hour: beer pressure, DJ, tapas and cocktails. Cozy atmosphere : a restaurant between French and Oriental flavors. Lounge atmosphere and live concert. Aperitif, diner, Live music - Votre soiree complete au Jardin d'Eau Ambiance Bodeguita et son Happy Hour : bierre pression, DJ, tapas et cocktails. Ambiance cosy : cuisine fusion entre saveurs francaises et orientales. Athmosphere lounge et live concert.
We found this restaurant towards the end of our stay, having also previously eaten in dozens of other local restaurant. This was without doubt our most enjoyable dining experience and couldn't fault any aspect. Highlights included the food quality, menu choice, alcoholic drinks choice, hotel interior design, excellent service, excellent food (we both had steak which was cooked well). Amazingly it was also very good value for money and had a live singer. Brilliant place!
4.5 based on 617 reviews
The food is just sooo fantastic especially the grilled squid! They give the best service and have very cozy ambience and atmosphere. The waiters are very friendly! We will definitely come back to try more of their dishes.
4.5 based on 365 reviews
Outstanding food in this really lovely Moroccan style restaurant.
Dining room v smart. All trimming of fine dining. Loved olive breads for example.
Pigeon dish and scallop/ lobster starters were both excellent.
Followed by fish tagine and sea bass.
Two half bottles of wine.
Mains 190-220 MAD. Starters 90-120.
Downsize service slow side but charming
Doesn't serve till 8pm then rushed. That's too late for me. As the song goes, I get too hungry for dinner at 8.
Toilets filled with roses by the way lovely touch.
4.5 based on 497 reviews
Staff were friendly and attentive however the food wasn't great. I ordered chicken tajine and couldn't eat it. I was offered an alternative but as my companions were not enjoying their meals either, I declined the offer. There are much better quality restaurants nearby. Cost 390 dirham (39 euro) for 1 starter, 3 main courses (2 were inedible) 1 glass wine, 2 soft drinks. 2 coffees were given to us for free.
Quite a few people were dining in the restaurant while we were there and they seemed to be happy with their meals.
4.5 based on 347 reviews
Wonderful meal,,,,great food, good service and if wanted ,,FREE SHUTTLE to or from your hotel, We were on a large tour with a free night. Chose this place because we wanted fine dining at reasonable prices, Great find for us,,,but who did we run into at the restaurant? Not any of our tour group,,,,,our GUIDE! He knew the best,
We were not disappointed with the food T all, A little disapppinted with initial service of drinks, Everything else was great, This place is not listed as fine dining but should be, we are food snobs and highly recommend,
Note: when looking for the place, it is also called LITTLE Norway.
4.5 based on 717 reviews
Needed a change from our all inclusive hotel buffet and fancied steak hence our decision to eat here and Reading the excellent trip advisor reviews. Fantastic service, food utterly delicious. Left with over full bellies. Morocco isn’t quite there regarding dietary requirements such as my gluten free diet but what the help of google translate we got there. The bathroom was so clean, the surrounding sink area covered in rose petals. Definitely don’t get that in the UK lol.
4 based on 213 reviews
this place is just wow ,starting from the management to staff is just amazing . excellent food .reasonable prices ,try Paella from Chef Chakir and you will not regret .I recommend this restaurant that its the best restaurant for sea food and all types of fish .I would say the best in Morocco .
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