Traditional Moroccan cuisine at Madrid City center. Arab decoration and ambiance from the walls to the tables and service. All food exceĺlent. Try couscous and tayyin. .
Its a shame that TA doesn't have 'good' only 'average' and 'very good' because this place fills that category perfectly. I've been going there for over 20 years, well, actually to be precise, and went once 20 years ago, and visited last week! The place is amazing inside and reminds you of the Alhambra Palace, it's decorated to such a... 更多
We walked in for lunch at 2pm on a Saturday with no reservation. We were seated without issue along a lovely wall sofa with a big copper table in front of us, admiring the carved wooden walls and ceiling features. The whole ambience was plush, dimmed lighting moroccan/moorish which was quite nice. Although quiet at 2pm by 3pm it was... 更多
We tried this place twice in their newly opened branched nearby nd the main one In the new one food was ok but services was slow and bad although we were the only one In the main branch services was extremely bad and slow The food was cold and awful nd taste of salt only Keep away from this place
Authentic food and decor with a relaxing ambience. The star of the show was the pastella, which was delicious. Too bad it's not offered as a main dish! The mixed entradas plate (like an arabian mezze) was quite nice although the hummus and the flat bread left a little to be desired. The couscous with lamb was a very good... 更多
Excellent food, great service, nice atmosphere. We had lunch. I ate meat, my companion had a vegetarian plate. Both very tasty and healthy. No complaints.
Quiet and relaxed atmosphere, with excellent service, always attentive and not interfering. The meals a bit "soft" in taste, but with good ingredients and preparation. The best place in Madrid to enjoy original Moroccan meals, without the noise and not being cramped as in other North African restaurants in Madrid. With ClubKviar we got 30% off the bill, this resulting... 更多
This is the best Moroccan restaurant in Madrid. I like going here every time I am in Madrid visiting the family. It is expensive, but it is totally worth it. I have been eating here for the last 25 years and changed owners a couple of times. They don't take AMEX.
I grew up in a French family that has lived in Algeria before Algeria became independent. So my roots are deeply linked with the "Cuisine Pied noir". I live in Madrid and from time to time I like to dive in the culture of my childhood enjoying North African cuisine. Al Mounia is a lovely place where not just the... 更多