A nice place if you want some thing safe and predictable. I went there once for lunch and once for dinner. The sea food pizza was good as well as the salads. the portions are large and filling. It is very popular with families and kids esp. during the evenings. It was empty during lunch time. a large sea food pizza will cost 60 dh (less than 6 Euro)
It is a cine trendy cafe where you can enjoy Ice cream, fresh juice or a sandwich. It is very popular with families and young people. The service is good as well as the food. It is very reasonably priced and not expensive at all.
I was looking a place to drink coffee and eat sth and I found it out near Place Hassan II - with tables outside on the street.
Favorite Dish: Coffee with milk + fresh croissant.
Its not really another tip, I just had another photo of the same restaurant. It was very ornate, just how one would imagine an Arabian home to be. I didnt notice any windows, I would think this would be a lovely cool places to be in the hot summer season. Enlarge the photo for a better look.
I am sure it is where the tour leaders bring all the tourists, but it was beautiful. The whole place was covered in Mosaics and Moroccan artifacts and wall design.
Favorite Dish: Being veggie, our choice was very limited, The obligatory omlette was offered, with vegetable cous cous. Cous Cous was great.
A good place for breakfast. It's a busy café frequented mainly by locals so the place is very lively. It's one of the best places to have these chocolate rolls that go so well with coffee...
Favorite Dish: Breakfast: chocolate breadrolls and coffee
Unfortunately I don't remember the name and with the winding streets have no idea what the directions were but I can speak to the food. The cous cous was very good and a first time for me. Be warned that if you are told there is hot sauce, it will be very very hot!! If you like tea, Morocco is famous for it's mint tea and I enjoyed the traditional cake that came with the meal.
There are a handful of cafes out on the dirt square in Chouen. They serve traditional food like couscous, tagine, lots of mint tea, and kababs too.
Favorite Dish: This is the first time I'd tried mint tea, and boy was it sweet! There's also good bakeries in Chouen, they make really good, cheap bread, but the pastries are also really good if you can find them.