One of the many cafes lining the south eastern side of the Jemaa El Fna, this one offers a nice terrace from which you can enjoy a great view of the square. The food is not bad, the service is a bit slow but you go here for the views so you don't want to be rushed. Take your time and enjoy the atmosphere of the Jemaa El Fna. The price is a bit on the expensive side (we paid MAD 122 for one Pizza Margherita, one Chicken Tajine and one Vegetable Coucous) but it is similarly priced to the other cafes besides it. The Tajine of Chicken with lemons was good.
You go here to grab a bite while you rest your legs after browsing the souk and take in the scene. Go for a table on one of the two terraces for the good views. The 2nd terrace is the best. We got our best camera shots of the square from up here.
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