Located in the Medina, there is nothing average about this restaurant.
If you’re looking for authentic Moroccan cuisine, then this is the place for you!
It’s difficult to resist the temptation of asking the waiter if you can take with you the exquisite crockery on which the food is served at the Dinarjat restaurant, one of the most traditional spots of the Medina. But even more difficult is actually finding this remote little corner amidst the labyrinth of streets, so if approached by a guide offering to show you the way, it might not be a bad idea to accept. Yet although hard to find, the eventual experience of authentic Rabat culture makes it all worthwhile. The restaurant stands out for of its attention to detail, especially the live musician who will accompany your meal and play traditional Moroccan songs as you sample the delicious typical dishes especially prepared from age-old recipes. Amongst its peculiarities – apart from the bathroom in electric pink – are the tea rituals and the gift of orange flower petals, making for a truly unforgettable dining experience.