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    cafe clock: Local cafe

    by Robin020 Written Feb 13, 2012

    Café Clock is situated in the beginning of Talaa Kbira Street, near the fine Medersa Bou Inania. This pleasant café is located in a 250-year-old courtyard house. The café provides traditional Moroccan cooking, delicious drinks, as well as the local Bohemian experience

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    cafe clock: Local cafe

    by Robin020 Written Feb 13, 2012

    Café Clock is situated in the beginning of Talaa Kbira Street, near the fine Medersa Bou Inania. This pleasant café is located in a 250-year-old courtyard house. The café provides traditional Moroccan cooking, delicious drinks, as well as the local Bohemian experience

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    Snack Omar: delicious

    by iaint Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The manager of my riad recommended this place for a quick lunch - just around the corner. He reckoned it's clean.

    I had the kefte tajine - that's meatballs. Served in a tomato sauce with an egg cooking in it. Served with a small plate of olives, cauliflower salad and aubergine salad. Bread as well. It was delicious.

    Omar caused a bit of nervousness at one stage between taking my order and serving it, by asking to be reminded if I'd ordered the "green meat"! I hope it was a linguistic problem.

    Ahem...

    He lived in Stockholm for many years, and in general his English is good.

    45 MAD all in (including a Sprite).

    Favorite Dish: The aubergine salad. Full of spice and flavour.

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    The Finale

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    The finale of the dinner show was another audience participation. A few guests were led away while everything else was going on and reappeared to take part in a traditional Moroccan Wedding. There was a bride in traditional costumes plus a groom and I am not sure what the other lade was supposed to be – obviously not dressed as elaborately as a bride who was later carried high on a decorated basket.

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    Throw in a Magician

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    Along with the band and the belly dancer is a magician who does a reasonably good job with his act. The exotic music and palatial ambience helped to capture the real feel of Morocco. The traditional Moroccan menu wasn’t too bad either.

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    Belly Dancing

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    The restaurants Belly dancer performs a variety of Oriental, Arabian and Bedouin dances and invites a couple of the diners up to try their hand at gyrating their hips as well.. its hilarious – and embarrassing for those captured on film trying. One of the dancers also performed with burning spits.

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    Traditional Andalusian Music

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    Having dinner here can also include a floor show at an extra price which consists of an Andalusian band playing an assortment of traditional instruments such as a bendir (tambourine) darbouka (hand drum) a lute and a kamanja.

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    Decorative Ceiling

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    The very high main ceiling is elaborately painted in various designs and colours and is supported by intricately tiled pillars. The outer ceiling area is covered will slatted wood panelling. Beautiful Moroccan lamps as well as a chandelier brighten the room. All the walls are decorated in attractive Arabesque tiles.

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    Al Fassia

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    Al Fassia restaurant is in an 19th century palace. The elegant Moroccan styled restaurant is a large room with arches going into side areas. There is also a mezzanine area. The King of Morocco is said to visit when he is in Fez. The restaurant is open from 7.30pm until midnight.

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    Le Kasbah Restaurant

    by keeweechic Written Mar 11, 2009

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    The Le Kasbah is a rooftop restaurant next to the Bab Bou Jeloud gate and is popular with tourists. Meals which are reasonably priced, consists of salads, harira soup, couscous, tagines and chicken and turkey kababs. They offer a fixed menu which also includes dessert and mint tea.

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    La Medina: Nice Moroccan Restaurant for tourists

    by VZ-Pam Written Nov 30, 2008

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    Food was actually nice in this restaurant although it probably cater to tourists more than locals. However, the atmosphere is so Moroccan and I had took a flight for that many hours to a place just for a feel of that Moroccan flavor....why not ?be a tourist to enjoy what they can offer !? The decor made it looks like a Moroccan palace ! sweet !!!

    Favorite Dish: pastilla is good, filled with minced pigeon, spices & almonds

    The palace like high ceiling inside the restaurant Moroccan style decor on ceiling menu private rooms inside the restaurant fabulous moroccan plates

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    AROUND MEDINA: LET YOU GUIDE BY UR OWN INTUITION

    by NURIA35 Written Sep 4, 2008

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    Around medina, you can find easly small stalls where people stop for a quick-meal, a kind of "moroco- fast food". Nice people take care of you, frying sardines in front of you, speaking french - english as much as they know, it's really a nice chance to get as a first time into moroco dayly life style.

    Favorite Dish: MY FAVORITE DISH? well, there offered only smoked sardines and some marinated meat ( i guess it was chicken) and also pita bread.

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    Café Clock: Check the rooftop view of Fez

    by paigeproduction Updated Jul 9, 2008

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    Very nice restaurant/café with an excellent view of Fez. It is run by british people. They offer a variety of maroccan, english and continental food for reasonable prices. It's a good place for a breakfast or a dinner, or just having a rest and watching the hundreds of swollows which meet and fly every evening near Bab Bou Jeloud.

    They also offer some cultural events, like fashion shows, live music and arabic courses.
    By the time I was there, they had an open Wi-Fi too. So I could check my mails.

    You'll the find the restaurant by walking down the Talaa Kbira from Bab Bou Jeloud for about 150 meter. A blue sign on the right side is indicating to the left. Take the (unbelievable dark and narrow) alley to your left for about 40 meter.
    The Café got it's name from the medieval waterclock, which you'll find next to Café Clock. Unfortunately the waterclock it's still not working (in July 2008).

    Rooftop Patio
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    Nejjarine Museum Cafe: Rooftop Cafe

    by MichaelFalk1969 Updated Feb 11, 2008

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    The Nejjarine woodwork museum has a very nice cafe on the rooftop. It is quiet and peaceful and has some great views over Fes. I`m not sure though if they have anything on the menu except sweet mint tea.

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    Thami`s: good-value streetfood & great people-watching

    by MichaelFalk1969 Updated Feb 11, 2008

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    Thami is a nice old guy who has a street food restaurant at a corner of the Place Bou Jeloud just before Rue Talla Seghira begins. This is the best spot for people-watching in Fes in my opinion, and the food is pretty good & cheap, too (expect to pay no more than 100 Dirham for three courses). My favourite dish is the "couscous with grilled vegetables".

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