The 5 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Fes


Fes is full of tempting and inviting restaurants which showcase the best of Moroccan cuisine, serving delicious dishes of couscous and tajine amongst much more. Although often meat heavy, vegetarians need not despair, as there are plenty of places they can sample Moroccan delicacies meat free, with vegetable tajines, vegetable couscous and, of course, falafel. […]

Eid Mabruk!


Cafe Clock and its team wish everyone a happy Eid with health, happiness and prosperity. The Clock is Closed on Saturday and Sunday and will open on Monday at 9am.

Ramadan To Start on Sunday in Most Muslim Countries


Rabat – The holy month of Ramadan will start on Sunday in most Arab countries. The noon was not sighted in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait and Egypt, where they announced that the Ramadan would start on Sunday. Like every year, the non-sighting of the moon in most Arab countries will create confusion among Muslim living in […]

Berber Singers Test Limits of Post-Revolution Arab States


A month after Muammar Qaddafi’s regime collapsed, Dania Ben Sasi swept onto a makeshift stage in the west Libyan town of Zuwara and filled its streets with songs in a Berber dialect that had been banned for more than 40 years. “I was shaking and had tears in my eyes,” said 25-year-old Ben Sasi. “The […]

Maghreb Countries Unite at Berlin Tourism Convention


Tourism professionals from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya this week showcased Maghreb products and attractions to the world’s largest travel trade fair. Morocco participated in the International Tourism Exchange in Berlin, which wrapped up in the German capital on Sunday (March 9th), as part of Tourism Minister Lahcen Haddad’s plan to make the kingdom a […]

Tara Stevens discusses her Clock Book

Clock Book: Recipes from a Modern Moroccan Kitchen Tara Stevens, renowned travel writer, published author, foodie and general bon vivant and a good friend of ours no less, spoke to us about her newest book, Clock Book: Recipes from a Modern Moroccan Kitchen. 1. Tara, what first attracted you to Morocco? It was total chance […]

Morocco Takes the Long View on Green Growth


In a region that has recently come to be associated with social upheaval and anemic growth, Morocco often stands out as an exception.  Over the last decade the country has made remarkable progress in reducing poverty and sustaining economic growth. Policies focused on steady public finance consolidation and manageable budget deficits opened up the fiscal […]