Finding Triskala can be tricky as Google maps isn't up to the complexities of all the little side streets in Essaouira. The cafe is a quirky little place with very eclectic decor and a 60s hippyish feel. The menu is vegetarian with some fish dishes and the prices are almost ridiculously cheap: 25 dirham for a starter, 50 for a main course and 25 for a dessert. There's no liquor license, so it's BYO or stick to the supplied filtered water. Service is friendly but a little haphazard. The easiest way of paying the bill seemed to be to go up to the counter rather than requesting 'l'addition'. The weakest dish of those we ordered was the tabbouleh which was extremely bland; in contrast, the goats cheese salad was much better and also included some little pots of hummus and green olive tapenade. Couscous with vegetables and dried fruits was more successful but more variation in veg would have been better. A meze plate with falafel was interesting and tasty. The accompanying bread with sultanas and nuts was excellent. A shared slice of richly dark chocolate cake was delicious.
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