Travel to Rabat
is the political capital of Morocco. This is also the city where the Moroccan
king Mohammed VI.
- Restaurants in Rabat: the new town, Ville novelle, is
quite expensive although if you are after some more luxurious food this is
the place. In the medina there are many small restaurants as well as in the
outside wall along the medina. If you follow the main street past the mosque
you arrive at a part where many small stall holders offer Moroccan fast food
such as bread with grilled fish, egg or chips (10-15 dirham) doughnuts (0,50-1
dirham), fresh orange juice (3 dirham), etc.
- Cafés in Rabat: In ville novelle you find cafés
cerving coffe or tea on almost every street corner. There are also many more
smart airconditioned indoor coffe shops filled with trendy young Rabatians.
The cosiest place in the whole town is café ?? situated next to the Andalusian
gardens in the Kasbah. They serve tea, coffie, soft drinks (7 dirham) and