La Sqala

Moroccan in Casablanca

Tucked in to and named after the ochre walls of an 18th-century fortified bastion on the edge of the old medina, this pretty garden restaurant is a tranquil escape from the downtown bustle. Particularly popular for breakfast, it also serves briouates (stuffed pastries), tajines, bastillas (savoury-sweet pies) and brochettes (kebabs). No alcohol, but a good selection of fresh juices.