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Amy Winehouse would have sung 'yes, yes, yes' to this Rihab...
This hip cafe in the Goethe Institut is where the young and beautiful hang out for cake and coffee or lunch. It also does a simple Mediterranean menu and is a good spot for Sunday brunch...
Set into the outside wall of the medina, this cafe has a great location overlooking the falls of Ras el-Maa, with three terraces tumbling down the hill...
Almost always crowded and spilling customers onto the streetside seating, this friendly cafe serves a choice of grills and brochettes at bargain prices...
This modern cafeteria with a small outdoor terrace has a wide-ranging menu and friendly waiters eager to help your clumsy Spanish along...
This is the perfect place for just about anything any time of day: they serve breakfast, a lunchtime sandwich, beer, cocktail and tapas...
On balmy evenings, all strolls lead here for French éclairs (Dh7), Moroccan pastries and ice cream in summer. In the mornings, trekkers and locals line up for fresh baguettes (Dh10), croissants (Dh2.5) and coffee.
This very stylish cafe in smart Agdal dishes up a seasonal menu of vitamin-packed salads and sandwiches, very special desserts and fresh fruit juices, and they deliver from 8am to 10pm Monday to Saturday.
Another local favourite, this meat and seafood restaurant is located a block from the beach, and is the perfect place to end a day in the sun. Sit at the marble-topped barrels and enjoy the grilled fish.
With a good corner location, this is an ideal stop for breakfast – one that’s popular with office workers and families alike. As well as pastries and juice, it can rustle up some pretty good scrambled eggs.
A great place for people-watching on the small square leading into the medina (although the interior is a little sterile). The menu has a good selection of tajines, sandwiches and pasta dishes.
Set on the attractive square beneath the clocktower, this popular cafe is an excellent choice for a breakfast of amlou (a spread made of local argan oil, almond and honey) and crêpes or bread.
Overlooking the beach, and the nicest spot in town for a relaxed breakfast or simple lunch, this bright, bustling cafe has plenty of outdoor seating and passable pizzas, though service is very slow.
This friendly, relaxing place down a twisty street is worth seeking out to while away a couple of hours while you check your emails over coffee or juice. There are light meals available, too.
Slick cafe-terrace with dark-wood panelling, contemporary furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s popular with young professionals for its ice cream, pizzas, panini and people-watching.
At the entry to town on the left, there’s a gas station with a kasbah convenience store and café, the Kasbah Total , where you can fuel up on good espresso and packaged snacks galore.
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