Places to eat in Province de Chaouen

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    Casa Hassan: Don't miss the mint tea

    by Venturingnow Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Chefchouen offers less of an international cuisine than anywhere I've ever been, and it's fantastic to see somewhere that only cooks locally. You can find the typical Moroccan cuisines in Chefchouen, including my favorite, Tajine, which is described best as a meat or poultry (sometimes veggies are used instead of meat) casserole with vegetables and couscous. You can also find the 'berber whiskey' which is really mint tea, a highly sugary tea that is served with a few fistfuls of mint crammed into the glass. Mint is so cheap in Morocco, you can buy a backpack full for a dollar. Another dish that is safe for those vegetarians would be couscous, often served with vegetables that are in season.

    Tajine in a very nice looking service

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    choice enough: Cheap food all over!

    by Remco_D Written Mar 13, 2008

    On the Place Uta El Hamam, there is plenty of choice to eat breakfeast for 15dh or € 1,5, you have moroccan pancakes, fresh orange juice, minth tea or coffee and bread.

    In the same restaurants you can eat dinner and lunch for about 30 dh.

    There was one restaurant or bakery in Chefchaouen i visited daily, it is called Chez Aziz and it is just under the medina... Officially it is a bakery but they make very good pizza and milk shakes!!

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    Anywhere: Don't miss the cheap bread

    by Venturingnow Written Feb 27, 2003

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    In Chaouen, as in most of Morocco, you can find a bunch of very cheap, simple food in the medinas. In Chaouen, you can find a few little places in the main square that sell orange juice, locally squeezed and very delicious. Mint tea, hot, sugary, and relaxing. But the best and cheapest thing is bread rounds as I call them. They are just 1 inch think circular pieces of bread, baked in small fire ovens, and costing very little in the way of money. They are normally about 12-15 inches in diameter and are very tasty.

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    by Adamis Written Sep 19, 2006

    There are no shortage of Restaurants and Cafes serving a whole range of Morrocan, Asian and Western food. There is something for all tastes here. They tend to be mainly around the central plaza

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Province de Chaouen Hotels

  • Casa Perleta

    Avda. Hassan II 68, Bab el Souk, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Dar Echchaouen

    Ras El Ma, Chefchaouen, 19270, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Pension Casa Hassan

    Rue Targui, 22 CHAOUEN, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

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