It's all about the bird's-eye views over the main square from the three-story riad's terraces here, as the food can be hit or miss.
"Traditional Moroccan fare with a few twists. The fresh goat-cheese salad, a local Rif speciality and a traditional pastilla are just a couple of delights found on the menu here."
A lively and cosy restaurant with fun fabrics and intimate seating – some chairs are handcrafted out of tree trunks.
"Pastilla and other traditional Moroccan dishes such as couscous are also served by friendly wait staff decked out in Aladdin costumes to suit the festive atmosphere."
A myth! With its enchanting 120 colourful lanterns, restaurant Marisco Twins will seduce you like in a fairytale of A Thousand and a Night.
"The couscous with seven vegetables, caramelized onion and topped with peanuts will satisfy any hunger before finishing off with a light dessert of sliced orange sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon."
A great value and an always-busy restaurant, Beldi Bab Ssour is the best choice for Moroccan dishes full of home-cooked flavor.
"Tart off with a Moroccan salad, typically three to four veggie dishes – olives, split pea soup, and aubergine puree are serves here."