Restaurante Les Alizés
Essaouira’s walled medina was added to Unesco’s World Heritage list in 2001. Its well-preserved, late-18th-century fortified layout is a...
Offers semester-long French classes and eight-week Arabic classes as well as regular films, exhibitions and cultural events.
Skala de la Ville
For something sultry, this hip bar and restaurant is a candlelit den with blood-red furnishings and a black mirror ball. You’ll need to...
This is a cosy place with a most un-Essaouiran feel – wooden beams and heavy chairs give it the ambience of a hunting lodge. A...
26 bis Rue de la Skala · interesting places nearby
Restaurante Les Alizés information
This popular place, run by a charming Moroccan couple in a 19th-century house, has delicious Moroccan dishes, particularly the couscous with fish and the tajine of boulettes de sardines (sardine balls). You’ll get a very friendly welcome, and it’s a good idea to book ahead. It’s above Hôtel Smara.