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Food to take away, a shop and a terrace full of plants – the choice is yours!

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Ty Potes

The epitome of a fine delicatessen

If you don’t fancy eating out in restaurants every day and would prefer to prepare something in your apartment, you mustn’t miss out on Ty Potes located near the cathedral. Surprisingly, this restaurant of Breton influence not only offers a select range of wines, draught beers, cheeses and pâtés, but also boasts a min-delicatessen where you will find all those foods that you wished you could buy in Rabat but weren’t sure where to look. Being the most traditional style of delicatessen, the shop-bar will sell you its cheeses, rye and whole-grain breads, wines and oils, as well as other of its high-quality products. Or, alternatively, you could just find a nice cosy little spot in the back garden, sit down and enjoy the dishes prepared at the restaurant, such as its famous sweet or savoury crêpes, though it might be a good idea to book beforehand. They may have overdone it slightly with the plants, mind you, as it does feel a little bit like eating in the jungle.



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