37, Wicklow Street,
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+353 1 677 0213
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El Bahia is a family run restaurant offering Moroccan food cooked using only the best ingredients and authentic spices brought directly from Morocco.
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Donald P. lives 0.48 km from El Bahia
on August 7th, 2012
I have been there with groups of 12 people, so we got the stylish tent but the problem was the high temperature of 12 people into a tent. A sound speaker with high volume music was beside us and was really hard to talk to each other, so we asked politely several times to keep the volume down or move maybe the speakers in other room. At first they lowered the volume but after minutes it was the same level before. so after asked 3 times in 20 minutes they replied that other customer wanted to listen the music and we had to wait for a while before the volume was finally lowered. They states moroccan restaurant but the waiter was brasillian, so I don't know if it was any moroccan worker there.
Some food is not bad and it worthed to try.
A great rip off is the mezza for a group, basically it is like a platter for people or 10 or more which they stated "we will bring all the starters". Yes, they brought all the starters but not for everybody so if you are lucky you can get a small piece of what you like, otherwise as they bring just a dish of each starter you won't get that. So in the end I got some veggie and cous cous.
Another thing that maybe sounds "smart" to them is to bring before all the wine so you start to drink it and they wait some time before bring the food or starters so while you are chatting and drinking you finish the wine and maybe you will order another bottle.
Another funny stuff which I am not sure of their use is the cctv camera hided into the tents. Basically you are monitored while you are eating and drinking.
As far as I know there was just 1 male toilet and 1 female toilet in all the restaurant which seems to mee not enough.
My personal thought that maybe can differ from others, the waiter was so invadent and acting like it seems was your friend and saying some comments of bad taste which nobody was expected to hear. When enquired about some foods he replied back again wich poor taste comments.
I have been there as guest for my friend's birthday but surely I won't advice to anybody. Food is not cheap at all, is on the average price in Dublin. If you go there you pay for the moroccan environment and that's all.
Kevin O. lives 8.53 km from El Bahia
on December 6th, 2008
Have been here a few times with large groups and it has been fantastic fun every time. The food is cheap, delicious and authentic Moroccan. The Moroccan coffee is worth being kept awake for an extra few hours for. And if you're there with a big group, the tent room is a must.
Unfortunately they only take bookings for 4 people or more, so not so good if you're out for a romantic meal or whatever.