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April 24, 2011
From journal Intense Marrakech
December 22, 2002
There are no set menu meals, but the prices are so reasonable that it will be hard to get a bill over 6 US dollars. The best way to start off your meal is with a thick steaming bowl of harira soup. This is the best soup that I tasted in Morocco (it is so good that I had it three evenings in a row). For lack of a better description, the harira soup is the Moroccan equivalent of minestrone soup, a bean soup with a zippy flavor. You will also get a basket of fresh and chewy bread, which tastes great with the soup. The entree options include your usual tajine and couscous accompanied by chicken or meat; these dishes are tasty, filling, and inexpensive. The grilled meat kebab dish comes with the tender chunks of meat presented on long elegant skewers, plus a few olives.
Beverages include various soft drinks (the fizzy apple soda is a good choice) and the traditionally sweet mint tea. In case you have to go, the two lavatories behind the beady curtain are "Asian" style, which is the squatting variety.
From journal Bill in Morocco - MARRAKESH