Fodor's Expert Review Dar Hatim
They say the best Moroccan food is served at home, and Dar Hatim is the next-best thing. In the convivial, exquisitely tiled dining room of a family home, you can choose from several three-course set menus of traditional Moroccan dishes. There's always a selection of salads, freshly baked bread, and succulent olives, along with tagines, couscous, and kebabs; vegetarians can be catered to as well. It's tucked away in a corner of the Mellah, the old Jewish quarter of the medina, and Fouad will guide you to the restaurant, while his wife and mother are in the kitchen preparing the traditional Moroccan dishes. They don't serve alcohol but will open any wine or beer you want to bring.
19, Derb Ezaouia Fandak Lihoudi
Fez, Fès-Boulemane 30100, Morocco
- Home cooking
- Family dar turned restaurant