Restaurant Gambrinus

Moroccan in Meknes

A good place for Moroccan food in a diner that doesn't look like it's changed much since the first Gambrinus rocked into town from Czechoslovakia in 1914 – the owner's immigrant past is something of a surprise considering the cuisine on offer. It’s perennially popular with locals, who come for tajines such as rabbit and kefta (grilled minced beef or lamb with herbs and garlic), grilled lamb and steaks.