Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Marrakech

Les Terraces de l’Alhambra
Reasonable food and good views make this a good stop-off in the bustling Jemaa El Fna.
16 Café
Perfect for a bite to eat when out shopping.
Terrasse des Epices
Authentic Moroccan cooking on a roof terrace with a 'Hideous Kinky' atmosphere.
Kechmara
Gueliz's most funky and down to earth eatery oozes a casual charm.
Patisserie de Princes
The city's most famous sweet-things shop never fails to disappoint.
Amandine
Clean, safe, cake-based fun.
Leroy’s Kfe
Located out in Palmeraie Leroy's Kfe is perfect for a light lunch.
Nid Cigogne
A shady respite from the tourist trail.
Dar Cherifa
Escape the hustle and bustle of the Medina by ducking into this elegant and peaceful Riad for a spot of mint tea.
Bougainvillea Cafe
At the centre of the action this little cafe is the perfect place to stop off for a bite to eat when exploring the souks.
Cafe Extrablatt
This debutante to the Gueliz district's cafe scene is already a favourite.
Les Negoçiants
Good breakfasts and a terrific social scene make Negoçiants a popular spot in Gueliz.
Café du Livre
Great literature and an imaginative menu have made Café du Livre a big hit
Café de la Poste
This bistro-style cafe/restaurant in Gueliz is by far the trendiest spot to lunch in town.
Café des Epices
Simple but charming refuge from the souks.
Café Arabe
One of a few refined sanctuaries within the souks.
Café de France
Café de France doesn't go big on decorative chic but nonetheless it's one of the best-known places on the Jemaa el Fna. Its large dimensions and excellent location make it a convenient meeting-point, and ensures that it's always busy with a heal

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