Shelter behind the huge venetian blinds of the Café de La Poste to avoid the Marrakech heat. Sit on a rattan chair and grab the menu from the Carrara marble table. The dishes will remind you of France: bistros, all day service and servers waltzing between tables with their trays. In the large room or under the canopy, you may choose one of the typical French dishes: free-range chicken, slow roasted leg of lamb, steak tartare, sole meunière from Oualidia. The organic vegetables (sugar snap peas, extra fine string beans, baby lettuce, and miniature carrots) come from a local farm on Ourika road, exclusively grown for chef Philippe Duranton. An excellent address for a simple meeting.
Le Grand Café de la Poste
At the corner of boulevard El Mansour Eddahbi and avenue Imam Malik
+212 524 43 30 38
Menu: about 360 MAD