Time Out says
Going to this small restaurant feels like being fed by your Moroccan grandmother. Rhita is extremely friendly and will make you feel at home. I felt bad because I visited this restaurant during Ramadan but Rhita sat me down and just kept bringing me food. I had cous cous with lamb, harira, mint tea, and harcha, a flatbread drizzled with honey, a specialty of Rhita’s hometown of Taza.