Here’s a quick summary of a few other great restaurants we tried in Marrakech:
Le Jardin – we headed here post-hammam and it fit the mood perfectly. The majority of the tables in this restaurant sit underneath the shade of tall trees, set against an entirely green tiled courtyard. Upon our arrival at nightfall, candles dotted every corner of the space, creating a serene experience in the middle of the bustling medina. We munched on a selection of salads that complemented our afternoon’s spa activities and shared a few bottles of some of Marrakech’s best wine (yes, they produce wine. This one was a Medallion Cabernet Sauvignon).
Grand Café de la Poste - well known expat stop that offers great atmosphere and good food. You’ll feel like you’re in a time warp (or an old movie) with the colonial décor and attentive service. My travel mate referred to it as the Balthazar of Marrakech and after dining there, I’d have to agree.
Café des Épices - the more casual sister to the Terrasse des Épices mentioned previously. This café overlooks the spice square and the rooftop tables offer a more panoramic view of the city than its ground floor counterparts. The simple chalkboard menu offers a few sandwiches and salads that will sate the appetites of those on a mission to shop the souks (the avocado toast comes highly recommended by me).