29 dic KUI ZIN, local restaurant for a luch
KUI ZIN RESTAURANT
Kui Zin is a local restaurant in the center of the souks, in Marrakech.
Good Moroccan and Italian dishes. Correct prices. Have a terrace with views.
“Kui Zin: Lovely Food in the Souk”«I ate here twice at lunchtime with family and can honestly say that the food & service were fantastic. Okay, it’s not fine dining, but if you want great homemade freshly made food this place is bang on!. Would seriously recommend the Ravioli and the Curry, okay I know we’re in Marrakech, but after a week of Tangine, I think a break was due!» Visited January 2016
“Lovely lunch”«Stopped by on the off chance at lunchtime. No problem getting a table of 4 on the rooftop terrace. Good choice of menu – both Moroccan and other. Waiter very friendly and speaking English no problem. Kui Zin food was excellent for a lunch break. Would be fine for an evening meal as well, plus inside downstairs looked nice. We had 5 spice chicken, lasagne, tagine meatball and green ravioli (chicken) plus 4 cokes and 4 orange juices. 2 types of bread also provided on the house. Came to 435Dm (about £30). Excellent value.» Visited December 2015
“Fantastic value”«This restaurant has a lovely terrace for a sunny lunch. They have a good mixed menu for when you are tagined out (I had moussaka!) Freshly cooked mains and refreshing (large) salad selections and tasty desserts round out the choices.» Visited November 2015
“Lunch in the December sun”«Friendly staff, a lovely sunny terrace in Kui Zin and food that arrived promptly. After seeing several tagines at various restaurants, it was a pleasure to see a garlic potato served with 5 spice chicken. Lovely. My partner had the chicken ravioli which also was good. This along with 7 salad starter and coke and mint tea…all for around £20. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the north of the Medina.» Visited December 2015
“Good value dinner”«We went to Kui Zin as the first stop in Morocco and we were not disappointed. Very friendly service and delicious food. We enjoyed tagines and fresh pressed juices. Turned out to be about 100 dirhams per person, very reasonable. We were lucky enough to be there when they had live music on the terrace which also added to the atmosphere. The service was not quick like is expected in the US, but was on par with everything else that we experienced in Morocco. Additionally, they had clean bathrooms and free Wifi» . Visited December 2015
Dining options: Drinks, Delivery, Free Wifi, Highchairs Available, Outdoor Seating, Reservations, Seating, Television, Waitstaff
Good for: Cheap Eats, Child-friendly
Description: Cafe nice restaurant in the medina of Marrakech