- This cavernous cafe is in a quiet section of the medina and attracts a young crowd of both locals and travelers who enjoy the mainly veggie dishes and chilled-out ambience. The largely un-Moroccan menu is a breath of fresh air, and mirrors the young and modern English-speaking staff, ably led by manager Saïd Enmili. Miso or bissara (fava bean) soups, fresh and crunchy salads, omelets, and specialties such as vegetarian lasagna are joined by delicious delights such as buckwheat pancakes -- try the carrot and pumpkin. For something sweet, try the daily fruit tart, perhaps accompanied by a freshly squeezed juice (try the carrot, lemon, and garlic if you're feeling a bit run down) or one of a large selection of herbal and chai teas. The stone and tadelakt interior consists of a ground floor and mezzanine level, with low-lying candle-lit tables and artwork from up-and-coming local artists. It's Wi-Fi connected, and on selected nights Saïd sets up the DVD player and screens various environmental, wildlife, and cultural movies.
- The description was provided by Hassan Ait Mellaouch
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