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Traditional storytelling dates back thousands of years an is an important part of the Moroccan collective memory. However this rich tradition is fading asfewer raconteurs detail rich narratives for crowds in Jema el-Fna’a square. Cafe Clock...more
We just stopped by here briefly to grab something to eat. It seems like a very lively place, a cultural hub and also has a cooking school. Liked the atmosphere and the food was good as well. May be back in a few days.
We went there to watch the hyped storytelling the cafe is famous for. We ordered the Moroccan tapas and it turned out to be very oily and poorly made. For the price we paid, we thought we deserved better. Even when we told the guy...More
We visited on a beautiful February day in Marrakech & enjoyed sitting on the rooftop for a
relaxed lunch. Everyone in our party chose the camel burgers because we were in Morocco & we had to give them a try! They were great! Served along...More
Many visitors to the Clock Café attend in the evening to take advantage of the live music and entertainment or come for cookery courses in the cooking school. My wife and I however simply came for lunch one day. The menu wasn’t vast but the...More
Opposite our hotel we discovered this little roof terrace. We had a burger, hime made chips and soft drinks (they don't serve alcohol). Very good quality and price. A trio of musicians were making this experience quite interesting.
If you’re at this end of town drop in for a very quirky performance art experience. From story telling to a music jam, you’ll not know quite what you’re getting into. The wall art alone will keep you intrigued. The menu is a mix of...More
We were lucky enough to have Cafe Clock on our doorstep so we were regular visitors. The menu is very different from other restaurants in the area and offers interesting choices. My partner has promised to try and reproduce their creations when we get home...More
I was invited by a dear friend, we step inside just a few minutes before the story tells started, nice warm welcoming, fast service, good environnement, warm feelings and ancient stories, that day we had 3 differents stories by 3 differents persons, it gives me...More
This place is just amazing. From the very warm welcoming staff to the diverse menu...we both had camel burgers and date milkshakes which are to die for...all home made to order! Followed by the best mint lemonade and spicy coffees. This is a must visit...More
This cafe was a great place to stop from a hassle of outside. The medina is just a crazy place and this cafe offers quite all right coffee and nice sweets, as well as food and wifi. Nothing special in terms of food but still...More
Hi, well you will have no problem because the arabic storying telling was followed by an English one. I was not downstairs to enjoy the story because it was full and I prefered the terrace So I can`t say for sure that it was... More
Hi, well you will have no problem because the arabic storying telling was followed by an English one. I was not downstairs to enjoy the story because it was full and I prefered the terrace So I can`t say for sure that it was the same sory translated to English or not. However I think you will enjoy the atmosphere regardless. You can order food and drinks and choose to have it downstairs or the terrace. Enjoy your trip.