Pâtisserie des Princes
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32 Rue Bab Agnaou · interesting places nearby
Pâtisserie des Princes information
This is one of the city’s most famous patisseries, with enough pain-au-chocolat, petit fours, almond cookies and ice cream to keep Djemaa el-Fna dentists in business. The small cafe at the back is a welcome respite for women, or anyone in search of a quiet coffee; tea for two with sweets runs to Dh50.