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Best Vegan Restaurants In Morocco

Morocco restaurants have vegan food for everyone. Vegans and vegetarians will find a great place to eat in Morocco, whether they want foreign food or traditional Moroccan dishes. Here are five great vegan-friendly places that serve food that will blow your mind.

Café Clock

Café Clock is one of the best restaurants to eat in Chefchaouen. It has three floors, each with its charm and little places to hide. The hotel is in a 250-year-old, beautifully decorated courtyard house. On the ground floor, guests can sit by the kitchen and talk to the friendly staff or go to the roof deck, the most popular place to sit. From here, you can enjoy the beautiful views of the city, especially of the nearby mosque, and the tasty food. On the vegetarian-friendly menu, some of the best dishes are falafel and hummus. Café Clock serves food for a wide range of tastes. It is also a place for cultural exchange, with events like cooking lessons and storytelling.

Dar Attajalli

The small hotel Dar Attajalli is known for being friendly to vegetarians and vegans. It is in the heart of Medina in this old and beautiful city of Fes. Guests can enjoy the rooftop winter garden with beautiful plants and animals and a great view of the whole Medina. Dar Attajalli is a great place for people who don’t eat meat because it has a healthy eating mindset, and all its dishes are made with fresh and organic ingredients. It also has a chef specializing in Moroccan vegetarian dishes, which is great for people who don’t eat meat.

Hotel Merinides

This grand and luxurious hotel is in the beautiful hills outside of Fes. One of its three restaurants has a popular and sophisticated restaurant where guests can relax on the mountain retreat while eating Moroccan specialties, European-style food, or grilled dishes. Choose one of the restaurants on the top floor for a great view of the city and the sound of an Andalusian orchestra or a French buffet. For light snacks and a great idea, go to the deck. With so many options, it’s clear that vegetarians can find several good choices. This is much harder to do on the streets of Medina, where there are fewer options.

The Ruined Garden

The Ruined Garden is one of the most beautiful places in Fes. It comprises the ruins of an old and grand riad and is full of colorful and lively flowers. Even though The Ruined Garden also has non-vegetarian dishes, it gets a lot of praise for its delicious pastries and traditional Moroccan desserts. The Ruined Garden has a very famous smoked aubergine salad on the menu. Vegetarians can also eat other specialties, like soups, salads, and tajine.


Beyrouth is a small, friendly restaurant in Marrakech where people can eat home-cooked food that tastes like it came straight from the kitchen. It’s a Lebanese restaurant that caters to vegetarians. It offers everything from traditional soups to tempting falafel. It may be hard to find and have a mysterious feel, but its veggie food is highly rated, so it is worth the search. 

Riad Dar Dmana

Riad Dar Dmana is another great riad in the middle of Fes’s Medina. It has been remodeled to showcase traditional architecture and Fes’s unique crafts. This Riad is more than just a hotel. It pays special attention to its restaurant, which serves traditional Moroccan food on a deck with candles. Even though it’s not a vegetarian restaurant in and of itself, the very friendly hosts and excellent cooks ensure that vegetarians are well taken care of. For example, vegetarian versions of couscous and tajine are available.


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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email