Restaurant Café Merzouga: Lively place close to the souq and market
At the Avenue Moulay Ali Cherif in the towncentre close to the souq and market are several sidewalk cafés from where you have a nice view at the local bustling streetlife.
Especially during marketdays, when lots of people from the surrounding area visit Rissani, the whole streetscene with donkey carts, pedestrians, bicycles, cars, minibusses is just in front of you.
Café Merzouga is one of the most known cafés. Here at the terrace you can have your tea, a drink, snack or meal.
Kasbah Ennasra: Light lunch of tuna salad
At the third day of our stay in Kasbah Ennasra we were in the hotel around lunchtime. So we decided to take a light lunch before to head for the Circuit Touristique.
We liked it very much to sit in the nicily decorated innercourt of this new kasbah hotel. During the day it was nice to sit outside in the sun. In the evening it was too cold, so we had to sit indoors close to the heater.
The innercourt was a quiet and peaceful place. During our stay of three days off season we were almost the only guests. We saw only two other couples, a family and a movie crew, making a movie in the scenic area of Rissani.
Favorite Dish: For lunch we ordered a nice tuna salad with local bread. And as usual we got lots of olives. I think I had more olives during my stay in Morocco than in the rest of the year.
Kasbah Ennasra: Breakfast at the poolside
In 2008 we visited Rissani in January. Though it was wintertime we preferred to have our breakfast outside in the innercourt at the poolside. With a fleece it was just warm enough in the early sunrays.
Favorite Dish: We had a nice breakfast with juice, coffee, tea, bread, pancakes and egss. And as usual in most hotels in Morocco lots of olives.
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