A popular lunch stop, serving large meals of tajine, brochettes (kebabs) or omelettes. It's the calmer of the two hotel-eateries facing each other at the town's main intersection. Simple rooms (doubles from Dh100) a…
Bougafer has limited options (tajine or rotisserie chicken and chips), but that hasn't affected its enormous lunchtime popularity.
Wander 500m down the side street with signs for Kasbah Baha Baha and through a doorway bedecked with dented pots to find Nkob’s teapot mender, whose services are in demand during the Sunday souq.
Opposite the post office is Aït Atta Chassures, a cobbler banging out traditional walking sandals with leather, rope and used tyre treads – more comfortable than they sound and quite stylish.