When visiting Al Fassia, right in the heart of Windsor, it’s a feeling of having dinner in your extended family's home, right in the middle of Marrakech. This cosy spot, in the town centre, along St Leonards Road, specialises in serving up delicious and authentic Moroccan cuisine, and has done so for well over thirty years. The passionate team behind this African delight boast an extensive range of tagines, fish and vegetarian options and grill dishes that are sure to blow you away. Brimming with rich and fragrant spices and herbs, that will whisk you away to the exotic African nation, so why not book a table? You’ll wonder why it took you this long to get there!
This is the most amazing restaurant and has been my husband and I's favourite for nearly 20 years! The food is delicious and suits meat and fish eaters and vegetarians alike (they have two sides to the menu for each group!) Service is fantastic and prices are very reasonable. My husband is so fussy and just adores this place!!
We ate dinner at this restaurant after making reservations for four people. The food was delicious and very good. Good service too. We will definitely be back.
An eatery that I have frequented for many years. Service comes with a smile, and is attentive without being overbearing. On my latest visit (Thursday 08 February 2018), I chose sardines "sharmula" and couscous "Al Fassia", both of which were excellent. No room for a dessert (if I do have one, my choice is always the orange and cinnamon salad), but a pot of mint tea was most welcome. A meal with alcohol can come in at upwards of GBP 40.00 per person, and is worth every penny.
Always exceptional service and truly beautiful food in lovely surroundings. It's real treat to come here but reasonably priced for the gorgeous home cooked Moroccan food. I cannot recommend Al Fassia enough!
Al Fassia remains a wonderful family run restaurant. Despite being there on a week day it was full! Great buzz inside. The staff were - as always - very attentive, welcoming and warm. The quality of the food is very good. My top recommendation is the Chicken Bastilla followed by the lamb tagine with prunes. Prices have been creeping up and so whilst good value for money a meal at Al Fassia will you set you back around £30 to £50 per head.
Great food and lovely Moroccan Chardonnay. Very pleasant staff. Nice relaxed evening. Very interesting flavoring with unique blends of ingredients that are new to me.
The portions are small and the food lacks flavour. Its an average place with average food. Definitely not 5 star. The waiter was good and friendly