Western Sahara Restaurants

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  • Restaurants
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Western Sahara Restaurants

  • Good simple food

    It was one little restaurant on the main street and food seemed good so we decide to stay there and take a dinner. We had tajine as usual and it was good. It was a good place and the woman who served us was really nice, it was only her there. Normally there always be some man who takes care of the guests, but here then it was just the woman...

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  • Fresh fish

    Another local speciality in Western Sahara is the delicious fresh seafood you can get here. Not a coincidence: fish is one of the country's most important export products, next to desertsand and minerals. The fish that is caught here can be at the market the same day and on you plate a few hour later: here you'll get it as fresh as possible.I must...

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  • Traditional mint tea

    A visit to Western Sahara is not a real visit if you didn't drink the traditional mint tea. This is by far the most popular drink in the country and it is available pretty much everywhere. It's not only drunk at home or in a café, but you'll also see it in small shops, where the salesmen prepare it on the ground in a corner, or in any office where...

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  • Delicious juices!

    When you are in Western Sahara and you are thirsty: don't doubt for a single second and order a glass of fruit juice! In a lot of places in the world you can get good fruit juice; which tastes completely different from the rubbish they serve you in Europe. But nowhere I had so made delicious juice, in so many different places as here in Western...

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  • Breakfast and lunch in the desert

    After we left hotel Barbas in the deep south of Western Sahara at 6.30 am, we had our first breakfast in the car, consisting in biscuits and softdrinks, bought in the shop of hotel Barbas.In the late morning we made a stop at a fuel station for diesel and a brunch. Between Guergarat and El Dakhla you will find allready several fuel stations. The...

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  • Brunch en route

    We were in a hurry to drive the 800KM to Laayoune from hotel Barbas in the deep south of Western Sahara to Laayoune, where we wanted to reach in time to arrange the insurance for the car the same day.So were very happy to find a place to have a good and quick meal along the route at a fuel station. We had delicious omelets, salade, fresh bread,...

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  • Patisserie Casablanca-Bojador

    This is a typical moroccan patissery which serves along with some fresh fruit juices fresh bakery stuff. chocolate croissant, orange juice or a panache (orange juice with banana and avocato) humm, bread and mint tea.you can also eat some moroccan eggs with spices.

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  • Mint tea

    Mint tea is delicious but watch it: the locals put so much sugar in it that it is almost undrinkable for foreigners. As it is freshly made just ask for less or no sugar at all.

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