|Photo: Food stalls at Djemaael Fnaa by Leoniel Leo|
- January 16th to January 19th: Cafe Arabe
A classy rooftop bar overlooking the narrow streets and with the tower of the Koutobia in the distance. We indulged in a reasonably priced Cartier Champagne every night (Only 700 Dh). One of the few bars serving alcohol in the old town
- January 17th and January 19th: Cafe Atlas
Local bar in the Gueliz area serving alcohol. Tons of the second hand smoke is what you pay, as you are only allowed to enjoy it inside.
- January 18th: Terrasse de l'Alhambra
Great place at the Djemaa El Fnaa Square. Coffee overpriced by Moroccan standards, cheap at European prices. Free WI-FI
- January 15th to January 22nd: Riad Libitibito
A beautifully restored Riad in the Medina with 5 rooms. It provides a quiet spot in the noisy city and the proprietors Tanya and Zacharia has proved to be the hosts of a dream.
- January 16th: Cafe Argana
Tourist trap with a good view to the late night food market. To be avoided for everything than the latter.
- January 18th: Cafe Bougainville
Reasonably prices, but hard to find something that tasted of anything.
cuisine at very reasonable prices
- January 19th: Cafe de France
Decent tourist trap at Djemaa el Fnaa. Good tagine, at very nice European prices.
- January 19th: Palais Donab
Decent meal in breathtaking surroundings. Excellent service, Berber music and belly dancing included.
- January 16th and 18th: Portofino Restaurant
Serving Italian as well as Moroccan cuisine. Very small servings of Italian, and large Moroccan. Expensive.
- January 17th and 20th: Restaurante Italiano Casanova
Rated as number 5th of all restaurants it provides a genuine style Italian cuisine at very nice prices. Try their bruschetta!!
- Januar 20th: Riad LibitibitoEnjoying a home made meal at our Riad tonight. We will be served Fish pastilla and Tagine with Kefta and eggs.
- January 15th and 17th: Terrasse des Epices
Trendy and expensive in the Medina. Small portions.