Located in the Medina, this venue is popular with locals and tourists alike.
Great Moroccan food and atmosphere
You know when a restaurant is worth visiting when you can see local residents going there to dine with their families. And this is exactly what happens at the Dar Naji, a venue with spectacular views of the Medina and a decor that will make you think you’ve just walked into a Berber tent. Upon arrival, you will be offered orange blossom water for you to rinse your hands, and then again before you leave. The speciality here are the Maghrebi dishes, particularly the kefta tagine, chicken samosas and the timeless classic, tea, which they prepare slowly and pour from a particular height above the glass. The only problem is that, as the afternoon goes by, dishes start getting crossed off the menu, so not only is it wise to eat here but also to arrive early. The menu and atmosphere will not disappoint you.