Fodor's Expert Review Chez el Bahia

$ Medina Moroccan

It won't win prizes for design, but this cheap joint is perfect for a lunchtime or evening pit stop. Locals and visitors alike frequent this friendly little canteen just on the right before the road opens into Djemâa el Fna. Tagine pots stand two rows deep on the street stall outside, and a barbecue sizzles away. There are much more interesting specialties available on the menu than some of the other little snack-restaurants, including spiced aubergine tagine, sardine tagine, and pastillas. It's cash only and there's no alcohol.

Moroccan Casual Lunch Dinner Quick Bite $

Quick Facts

206, Riad Zitoune el Kdim
Marrakesh, Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz  Morocco

Known For:
  • Unconventional range of tagines
  • Authentic local street food

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