Slightly more elegant than its hole-in-the-wall branch in the souks, Chez Lamine has a reputation for the best mechoui (whole roasted lamb) in town and couscous on Friday. Its street-side tables in Guéliz are regularly filled with Moroccan families. You can choose to sit indoors or outdoors in this popular local eatery at tables made from sewing-machine stands. Apart from mouthwatering tagines, try the restaurant's other specialty, tangia marrakchia (lamb cooked
very slowly for hours in earthenware jars). No alcohol.
Rue Ibn Aicha, opposite Montecristo, Marrakesh, Morocco