Al Fassia Gueliz -- woman owned and run (a pretty advanced concept in Morocco) -- earns high marks in every review I've consulted.
It's pretty, and not especially romantic, despite the white tablecloths and candles.
We start with the mixed salad (a 17-plate assortment of small vegetable concoctions, highly recommended by internet posters) and a bottle Medallion rose.
The lamb tagine arrives and it's perfect. Stick-to-your-ribs, hearty, comfort food.
Other patrons include models, flashy Italians, couples fighting and families on vacation. There's no shortage of entertainment in the form of our fellow diners.