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Overlooking the busy, chaotic spice market of the Marrakesh medina, the Café des Épices offers a tranquil oasis away from the hustle below. Full review →Make sure to try the homemade spiced coffee, made with cardamom, cloves, rolled peppers, nutmeg, ginseng, ginger, and cinnamon.
In the medina's "spice square," this little café has set a trend in recent years, and copycat cafés have sprung up with woven stools and low wooden tables. The original teeters over three... Full review →
For almost 5 years, Youness el Ghoul and his extended family have been dispensing information and a menu that includes tasty sandwiches, salads, pastries, and spiced teas and coffees to flush-faced tourists looking for a rest stop. Full review →
Watch the magic happen as you sip freshly squeezed OJ while overlooking the Rahba Kedima potion dealers. Full review →
Café offering refuge from the hubbub and views over the Rahba Kedima from the upper floor and the roof terrace. Drinks include orange juice, mint tea, coffee in various permutations,...
Right smack in the midst of the spice souk (ahem, hence the café’s name) a coffee is obligatory at the Café des Epices. This three-story café gives you plenty of seating options, but is... Full review →