Dar Evening Star is a self-catered vacation villa. However, we will be glad to help you decide on options for breakfast and other meals. You can buy your supplies at nearby bakeries and other stores, or relax at one of the many cafes and restaurants close-by in the médina.

Some remarks on Moroccan cuisine:

Breakfasts are of the simple, Moroccan variety and include: Eggs, freshly baked semi-leavened bread accompanied by jam, cheese and a selection of seasonal fruits. The Orange juice is freshly squeezed and the freshly ground coffee is excellent.



Dinner is often a traditional, home cooked, family type of experience.

Evening meals might kick off with a soup – harira – followed by a lamb, chicken or beef tagine. 

You can often expect fresh fruit salad or oranges with cinnamon for dessert.








Some traditional Moroccan dishes:


Harira is Morocco’s famous tomato and lentil soup. It’s fragrantly seasoned with ginger, pepper, and cinnamon, and also boasts a robust quantity of fresh herbs: cilantro, parsley, celery and onion.

The word "tagine" refers to the succulent dish which is slow-cooked inside the cooking vessel. Typically, a tagine is a rich stew of meat, chicken, or fish, and most often includes vegetables or fruit.

Baisar is a popular, economic Moroccan dish, it's light, digestible, it can be served as entree or as main dish. The soup is wonderful on cold days.

Pastilla is a sweet and savoury Moroccan pie, most commonly filled with pigeon meat, dusted with icing sugar.

Couscous is a grain-like form of pasta made from semolina flour, the same flour used to make pasta. It’s very common throughout the Mediterranean and North Africa. In Morocco it’s often served with dried fruits and nuts and lots of mysterious aromatic spiciness.