Just opposite The Saadian graves there is a cafe. We needed something to drink, and Got The Best coffee of the weekend and a great cup of mint the. The people arround US had lunch, and it looked good.
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Visited here twice, once just for coffee and for dinner. Coffee good and staff attentive. My meal of the chicken skewers with vegetables and hummus was excellent, but my partner had the chicken tagine with lemon and didn't enjoy it at all. It was bitter...More
We stopped here while visiting the Saadian tombs and had lunch. The coffee and Orange juice we had was really nice, the roof terrace was a great place to relax and people watch, but the food was average and overpriced. We ordered the margarita pizza...More
Stopped off here after the Tombs and had a very enjoyable late lunch. Unfortunately it started to rain a little while we were on the roof terrace but the waiter moved us inside and things continued without any disruption. Food was great (if a little...More
Food varies. Chicken brochette beautiful. Pizza terrible. I do think it's overpriced. Yes it's a nice place, but double the price of usual restaurants. Shame. I think they are hoping to pull clients in from the very expeinsive La Sultana across the road. I would...More
This is quite 'touristy' in some ways, however they have a good range of food choices, and their Morroccan Tagines were great. Special mention for the ice cream, I loved it.
This Cafe and restaurant has three levels, the roof terrace is wonderful. Had a tasty lentil soup and mint tea, laid back into the pillows to relax. Real italian Espresso. Good service, nice people. Toilet very clean. Nice international place.
Placed opposite entrance to the Saadit tombs. Good terrace where you can get an overview of street activities (lots of tourists and "salesmen"). Tarte Marocaine d’Amandes (60 Dhs) was a gem.