This cozy eatery in the town center of the Ville Nouvelle—the first Spanish restaurant in Marrkesh—might remind you of Seville or Granada. In addition to paella full of seafood, the kitchen serves a wide variety of fresh fish. A favorite is the sea bream, which comes daily from El Oualidia. A table in the quiet courtyard takes you far from the madding crowd; in winter or on cool evenings meals are taken indoors, near a log fire.
Rue Ibn Hanbal, opposite Royal Tennis Club, Marrakesh, Morocco