Taza restaurants

Moroccan in Taza

Mou Mou

Come night-time, happy customers – including lots of families and women – spill out the door of this packed corner joint with Moroccan music joyously blaring out. Tasty food is the order of the day here: kebabs, pan…
Moroccan in Taza

La Casa

One of a rash of modern places that look quite out of place in sleepy Taza; there's a cafe at the front with pavement seating and a dimly lit restaurant at the back. It does the usual paninis and shawarma, as well a…
Bakery in Taza

Café Amsterdam

Follow your nose to the piles of freshly baked savoury and sweet pastries, croissants and breads at Café Amsterdam, where a steady stream of locals file in and out to collect daily packages. This is a great breakfas…
Moroccan in Taza

Yocool

Very cool indeed, this place is all red brick with black accents, good music and a great vibe. They specialise in pasticcio, which in Morocco is fries in a white sauce topped with lots of cheese and grilled (Dh30). …
Bakery in Taza

Moulin à Paris

Just the place for breakfast – grab some yoghurt along with a pastry or some biscuits and head to one of the cafes on either side for coffee.
Moroccan in Taza

Grand Hôtel du Dauphiné

On the ground floor of the hotel, the Dauphiné serves up the usual range of Moroccan standards, plus a handful of Continental dishes. The dining room is utterly lifeless, but alcohol is served.