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Le Riad information
Lonely Planet review
At the end of an alley in the Carré d’Or nightlife district, Le Riad imports Moroccan hospitality and authentic cooking, with classics such as tagine (stews cooked in conical-covered earthenware), méchoui (spit-roasted lamb) and a real pastilla (pigeon pie) – rare even in Morocco. On weekend nights a belly dancer sets a party mood. Excellent service.