Le Grand Cafe de la Poste
You'll take a step back in time to colonial Morocco when you set foot inside the 1920s inspired Grand Café de la Poste, Marrakech’s iconic local dining institution. With soaring high ceilings, wicker chairs, slowly rotating fans and potted palms, the Grand Cafe de la Poste is a favourite of Marrakech’s trendy local and expat crowd for long, casual lunches and indulgent dinners. The covered outdoor balcony is the best place to sit, giving guests a prime people-watching position to watch the highly entertaining passing parade. The menu is a mix of Moroccan and French cuisine, featuring simple dishes ranging from croque monsieur and goats cheese salads, to grilled sardines and roasted sea bass. Le Grand Cafe de la Poste is also a popular place for a pre- and post dinner aperitif in the evenings, and don’t be surprised if you see a famous face or two in the crowd.