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No trip to Djemaa El Fna is complete without dining at one of the rooftop restaurants. We chose the most touristy one, despite how overpriced it was (compared to the local fare), because it looked really pretty and welcoming. We arrived before the restaurant filled up,  admired the market from above, and then grabbed a cozy corner seat for a filling meal while being serenaded by Moroccan musicians and entertained by showy belly dancers.




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22 comments

  1. what an experience!

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  2. Goodness me, what an exciting array of food!

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  3. Best photos you've ever taken. AMAZING!!!!!!! Take me back to that medina NOW!

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  4. These photos remind me of when I went to Morocco a few years back! Oh, I've got to get back there.

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  5. gorgeous photos. Looks like a blast!

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  6. incredible! I want to go here.

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  7. I think I need to learn your secret to looking so well put together while traveling. I'm always the girl with the frizzy hair and the wrinkled shirt!

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  8. Jill - My hair is frizzy and I couldn't be bothered to waste time in Morocco trying to get the wrinkles out of my clothes... so, I'm definitely not going to be of any help to you. It must be the dark lighting!

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  9. Wow, what a neat experience! That food looks amazing!

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  10. This is so pretty. It's mesmerizing. What did you guys eat? I see hummus, couscous, oranges and mint tea?

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  11. ohh how i wish i were there too! so beautiful..

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  12. when i look at these photographs, i feel like i actually just got a postcard from you all--only with a lot more dimensions. beautiful!

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  13. hellojaime - There was a menu for two that included an assortment of Moroccan salads (in the little dishes) and briouats. Then there were three tagines: chicken/lemon/olive, lamb/prune, and kefta that came with a vegetarian couscous. For dessert: a berber crepe with honey and oranges with cinnamon (so good!) and, of course, mint tea. No hummus!

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  14. Oh such lovely photos!

    Marrakech has been on my to-visit list for a long time, I really must go. It looks fanntastic!

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  15. Yoou're having a great time !
    The food look amazing !!!

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  16. That is such a gorgeous restaurant! And a belly dancer too? That is pretty cool.

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  17. damn it, didn't visit that when I was in Marrakech :(
    looks amazing and the food yum yum! xo

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  18. wow, wonderful place with amazing views
    and its decorations are exceptional!

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  19. I love the pictures, they are really perfects!!

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  20. Looks amazing. Absolutely stunning photos. I must add this to my destination wish list. :)

    I would be curious to know what's sprinkled on those oranges.

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  21. great pics!!! i love the one with a belly dancer... fun dinner!!! love your blog!!! following you now.. hope you could visit my blog too.. kisses!!!

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  22. beautiful, brings back so many memories. nothing's like Morocco, can't wait to get back one day.

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