This three-story riad has two terraces and is decorated with more experimental mixed-media approaches to the standard blue street scenes than you can shake a stick at. The main dishes can be hit or miss (tagines are the best bet), but the bird's-eye views over the main square are unique, and the fresh dairy products on the reasonably priced prix-fixe menu are local and scrumptious: the goat cheese salad appetizer and the fresh yogurt and cinnamon dessert are both highly
recommended. And it's open late.
17, rue Targui, Chefchaouen, Morocco