In a spot you wouldn't just stumble into. After a stroll to R'Cif, it's just round the corner. Run by a local Moroccan family in a non touristy quarter.
Pre book so they are open. Always cook on the spot only.
Menu only DH140 (€14) for full starters, main and desert.
Too pricey for the food you get but good quality and a nice treat.
Known for it's camel burger, but I prefered the lamb burger. Expensive at DH90,-
Great terrasse to hang out on. WiFi
Dreadlocked staff. Draws the traveller crowd.
Favorite Dish: Lamb burger
Every inch a capital, Fez is also the capital of gastronomy. It is the birthplace of the legendary and succulent pastilla: a flaky pastry as light as rice paper stuffed with a subtle blend of minced pigeon, sugar, almonds and spices. And then, if you happen to meet a nougat vendor as you stroll through the streets, don't try to resist the temptation !
Excellent. Fez has some of
Morocco's finest restaurants,
but you should not let simple,
popular restaurants and food
they often have the very, very best
there is of tasty,
if unsophisticated, food