Cafe Clock

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224 Derb Chtouka, Marrakech, Morocco

Serves meat, vegan options available. Same cafe as in Fes. Clearly labels vegan items on the menu. It's a cultural hub with many concerts, exhibitions, cooking classes. Vegan and vegetarian choices include the vegan Moroccan tapas platter, falafel, tabouleh, the vegetable pastille and other seasonal dishes. Also serves fresh juices and smoothies (orange juice based). The menu is in English. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Juice bar, Moroccan, Non-veg

8 Reviews

First Review by Vera Peres

Great for vegans - Edit

Great vegan & veg find in Morocco. Great choice on the menu with a cool atmosphere of live Moroccan music and even cooking classes if you wish.

Pros: great location, awesome menu, fast service

Cons: it does also sell meat but you don't have to have

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Very good - Edit

These place sells meat (including camel burger) but has very good vegan/vegetarian options which are clearly marked. It is also in an area to which probably a tourist wouldn't necessarily go to, and which was nice to discover. I tried the Moroccan Tapas and the vegetable B'stilla made with filo pastry stuffed with vegetables. They were excellent and the portions generous. Price reasonable too.

Pros: Good food, Portion size, Cheap

Cons: Meat on the menu

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Great choice! - Edit

great to find somewhere with plenty of vegan options in Marrakech, was previously struggling, but there were 6 or so options here plus a vegan dessert. I had the falafel, houmous and tabbolueh and the chocolate orange mouse for dessert. I very much enjoyed both. Very reasonable prices too. The view from the upper roof terrace is also great, especially at sunset.

Pros: Lots of options, Good quality, Reasonable prices

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All round good cafe - Edit

Ate once here, vegan tapas and avocado smoothies. Good roof terrace, but not the best outlook. Service was prompt and very friendly. Food was tasty and a fair price and was clearly labelled. Wasn't able to make it for the entertainment that apparently happens from 19.00 most nights that includes music and story telling.

Pros: good food, friendly staff and vibe, entertainment

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Pretty terrible - Edit

Went here today after the tombs and we had an awful time. The tables were dirty and no effort was made to clean them. The tea we wanted wasn't available. I ordered a pancake with caramelised bananas, when it came it was a shop bought drop pancake which was covered in a gloopy caramel sauce a few soggy bananas and some really non-ripe fruit. My kids ordered chocolate cake which was bland. We ordered four dishes but only three came. When we queried where the fourth was, the waiter said he hadn't brought it as it was a dessert???? When the fourth came it was missing the caramel sauce - probably not a bad thing. I wouldn't return and wouldn't recommend.

Cons: Shop bought desserts, Poor taste

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Good simple food - Edit

Slightly out of the way but worth the detour
Well designed and laid out space
Charming staff
Good menu with lots of options

Pros: Good selection, Interesting location

Cons: None

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Cafe Clock - Edit

Same style as Cafe Clock Fes, with a friendly atmosphere and musical and cultural activities. Concerts at night are really enjoyables.

Despite it's not a vegetarian/vegan place, they have a considerable number of vegan options and they all are really good. It's your best option if you want to try the vegan harira. Don't miss it!

Pros: Friendly atmosphere, Thoughtful service, Concerts

Cons: Serves meat

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The most delicous clearly marked vegan food in Morocco - Edit

Moroccan food has many veggie and vegan options by default. While it's ok to get by on nuts, olives, Moroccan salads, veggie tagines and couscous, the refined vegan options of the Clock Cafe are really the cherry on top of the cake.

The same quality as the one with Fes, they offered clearly marked vegan options on the menu. The harira and the pastilla are simply delicious.

Moreover, they organise exhibitions, concerts, cooking classes, etc. - so as a cultural hub it is also interesting and pleasant.

Moreover, they organise exhibitions, concerts, cooking classes, etc - so as a cultural hub it is also intersting and pleasant.

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