120 MAD for the menu - a harira, salad, main course, dessert, and a drink. Plus bread. On three floors. Reliable and cheap.
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Nice terrace but slow kitchen. Limited menu list, prices ok, no alcohol, but fresh fruit juices, staff so so la la.
As others have said, the location of this little restaurant is really very nice. As well as it's rooftop terrace it does also have tables on the lower 2 floors. All food is prepared freshly as ordered so be prepared for a shortish wait before...More
My hotel was close to the Petit Succo (small square, I think) and I just wanted something easy. There was a hand written menu and a couple of tables. The owner Said came out and helped me decipher the menu & welcomed me to the...More
I've been in Morocco nearly a week and hit most of the "musts" heading north from Marrakech: Fez, Chefchaouene, and now Tangier. This little bistrot in the Medina in Tangier is the best meal I've had this whole trip, and the price tag doesn't hurt...More
After dinner at Restaurant Rif Kebdani based on excellent reviews, and major disappointment of a so-so meal, we tried out Le Bistrot du Petit Socco. Upon arrival we saw 2 tables of Moroccans and 2 tables of tourists. Soon another Moroccan family sat down. (Ref...More
This is somewhere I would never think to go, looking like a tiny kebab shop from the front but the upstairs dining room offered a great point to people watch. Food was fantastic value and tasty. Would recommend for a quick authentic meal but probably...More
This place is incredible. The first night I had the tagine and it was one of the best things I ever tasted. The second night my husband had the steak and he said it was the best meal he ever had. The place is very...More