Fez Restaurant Guide

Visitors to Fez from around the world explore the medinas and sample the local cuisine. Most of the riads will serve meals, but there are hidden gems on rooftops and a range of world class restaurants as well as budget friendly options.

Restaurant Numéro 7

This is a great restaurant to visit while in Fez. The restaurant has a unique concept with Chefs ‘in residency’ invited from around the world, cooking for a few months at a time. the menu is Moroccan inspired with ingredients and spices from the medina and locally sourced.

Dar Roumana

French chef Vincent Bonnin’s restaurant at the five-room riad hotel. Serving seasonal Moroccan inspired dishes with fresh local ingredients.

Fez Cafe

Stop in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner,serving a menu of Moroccan and French dishes in the stunning surroundings of Jardin des Biehn.

The Ruined Garden

The Ruined Garden is the perfect spot for lunch or romantic evening meal.

Café Clock

Close to Bab Bou Jeloud, Cafe Clock serves breakfast lunch and dinner with the ‘must try’ menu item being the camel burgers. The restaurant hosts occasional events including talks, films, music performances, dance classes, and cookery classes which are attended by locals and visitors alike.

Restaurant Maison Blanche

The sophisticated restaurant in Ville Nouvelle with rough stone wall interiors serves a modern french menu.


A trendy place for a cocktail on the roof terrace and meal in Fez el Jdid close to th Bab Bou Jloud Gateway.
Address: 17 Kasbat Chams, Fez el Jdid

Scorpion House

Scorpion House is a private residence on the hillside overlooking Moulay Idriss which has a restaurant on the terrace, with is open to the public but must be booked in advance.

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