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Fox Art Food
The quirkiest little place to eat in the medina. Snug within the souqs, Fox Art Food is run by a group of artists who have added plenty of eclectic flair with walls covered in colourful murals, old newspapers and grafitti. The menu of burgers and sandwiches with a couple of tagines thrown in for good measure, makes for a good pitstop on medina explorations while the prices (35dh to 65dh) can't be beaten for a cheap dinner.

Address: Riad Zitoun el-Kedim, Medina | Telephone: 629 800 352 |

Café Atay
This cafe's shaded rooftop, replete with slouchy cushions and comfy rattan furniture, is a tranquil escape right in the heart of the souks. The eclectic menu roves from classic Italian to traditional Moroccan tagines such as tangy chicken and olives, and Berber-style vegetarian tagines packed with pumpkin and carrot.

Address: 62 Rue Amesfah | Telephone: 0661 344246 |

Naranj
Levantine cuisine gets its own souq address as Naranj brings a dose of Lebanese flair into the medina. Dine on spicy mezze dishes, crunchy fattoush salads and perfectly cooked falafel under copper hanging lamps and Fatima mirrors. A great choice for when you're tagined out.

Address: 84 Rue Riad Zitoun el-Jedid, Medina | Telephone: 0524 386805 |

Beats Burger
Chow down on burgers and bagels at this new joint in the medina. We recommend the Notorious Beats burger (a double cheese burger with harissa mayonaise; Dh110) or the Beat the Casbah bagel (salmon, avocado and cream cheese; Dh75) for a lighter bite.

Address: 35 Souk Jeld Kimakine | Telephone: 0666 994 789 |

Affordable Restaurants

Café Kessabine
Just off the main square of Jemaa el-Fna, this is a great place to dig into Morocco's sweet-savoury flavour combinations and try the nation's famed pastilla pie (a filo pastry parcel of chicken or pigeon, dusted with cinnamon and powdered sugar). For more substantial dinner fare, there's also a full menu of tagines and fresh, herby salads.

Address: 77 Souq Kessabine | Telephone: 635829826 |

I Limoni
One of our favourite Italian restaurants within the medina, particularly for lunch (mains from Dh80) in the courtyard under the dappled shade of the citrus trees. The chef here has a light touch allowing simple flavour combinations, such as ravioli with ricotta and lemon, to shine. If you're not in a pasta mood, give the camel burger a try.

Address: 40 Rue Bab Taghzout, Medina | Telephone: 0524 383030 |

Latitude 31
Moroccan cooking gets a modern makeover at this rather hip courtyard restaurant. Come here to sample the sweet-savoury tastes of North African dishes such as honey and thyme flavoured Madarebale chicken tagine.

Address: 186 Rue El Gza Arset Ihiri | Telephone: 0524 384934 |

Good Quality Restaurants

Dar Anika
This intimate, low-lit rooftop terrace is the perfect setting for romantic dinners. The menu is small but bursts with robust Moroccan flavours featuring lip smacking slow-roasted lamb, saffron-spiked chicken and pears infused with cinnamon for dessert. Space is limited so it's best to book ahead.

Address: 112 Riad Zitoun el-Kedim | Telephone: 0524 391751 |

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