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Kosybar

Despite the booze-specific implications of the name, the Kozybar also operates as a very decent restaurant, tucked away in the corner of the clangorous Place des Ferblantiers. Its dark hallway and elegant downstairs bar area create an urbane welcome, although you’ll be heading upstairs to eat – either in one of the salons on the middle floor or, if the weather is good and there is any space left, upstairs on the roof terrace – a fantastic spot that overlooks the square below and offers views right down to the Koutoubia. The location makes this a pretty useful lunching spot if you’re schlepping around the Medina. The daytime menu is fairly basic – mostly sandwiches, soups and salads – although the place somewhat handily employs the services of a Japanese chef who makes some kick-ass sushi. At night, the Kozybar really comes into its own. The square is quieter, and dimmed lights and hip lounge music create an incredibly seductive environment. The evening menu is more diverse, offering assorted Moroccan food that includes lamb and fish tajines

Address
47 Place des Fernblantiers, Kzadria,
Medina
Telephone
+212 5 24 38 03 24
Opening Times
Noon-3pm, 8pm-midnight daily (Food); 12pm-1am (Bar)
Price
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