Hidden on a rooftop deep within the northern quarter of the souks, this all-day restaurant is a popular spot for expats, tourists, and trendy locals. The menu mixes Moroccan and international cuisine from fish tagine and tanjia (beef or lamb cooked slowly for several hours over charcoal in an earthenware jug) to pasta dishes, goat cheese salad, and tenderloin steaks. The contemporary variations on a Moroccan theme extend also to the decor—intimate cushioned booths are
lit by woven lamp shades and decorated with modern artwork. It's a good place for families who want a little space out of the mayhem of the souks where tired kids can sprawl on the seating. Spiced teas and coffees are served too—hence the name. No alcohol is served.