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Vegan, vegetarian and organic cafe
Vegetarian, mostly vegan cafe, serving dishes made from ingredients grown on their own organic farm.
Also offers cooking lessons and trips out to their farm.
on Jan 24 08
(last updated Oct 22 12)
Mark this place closed (permanently).
Most Recent Reviews
We ate here almost every day whilst in Marrakech, and the food was always good. We were greeted each day by Leila with a cheery 'bon jour' and some Morrocan bread with argan oil to dip it in, and despite her lack of English and our lack of French, we got by. Their menu is written on their mirror - one side in French, the other in English - and numbered, so we just had to remember how to count in French to order. The first couple of items are vegetarian, the rest are vegan (& clearly marked), and all of the vegan ones were great. A couple were fairly oily, but tasty. The noodle dish was our least favourite (and the oiliest), but the veggie burger was excellent. It's more a vegetable mould than a burger, and is served on a bed of veggies instead of in a bun.
Ok having just come from Marrakesh from a weeklong stay, I found out about this place via the internet, it’s hard to find and probably easier to pay a local 10 dirams from the square to take you there, that’s what we did, Down 2 side streets and your there. The door was closed and had to knock the door, My the colors the smells the whole ambiance of this place I loved, and being a vegetarian was a welcoming place.Bakarat the owner was on vacation at the time we went so his nephew was running the show, Excellent little host, Brought warm Moroccan flat bread to the table with divine organic olive oil (I bought 2 bottles to take home).We were welcoming this hidden retreat as the heat and the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh was very intense. We instantly melted in to the big comfy sofas and drank ice cold water, whilst we waited for our food, By no means this is a quick affair we where there over 2 hours , and so it shouldn’t be , relax enjoy the atmosphere , the food was excellent and very well presented and always cooked fresh to order. Menu is available on the website http://www.earthcafemarrakech.com/, yes the place may not be as clean and as sparkling as the other so called eateries of Marrakesh but this adds to the ambiance and welcoming feel of the place. We enjoyed it so much we went back the next day for lunch. Don’t forget to have the mint tea its divine
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At the Eastern end of Jamaa El Fna you'll find Rue Riad Zitoun el Kdim. Earth Cafe is about a 1/3 of the way down here down a side street on the right. There are lots of little signs for it on the way down, so you know you're heading in the right direction. Once you reach the right side street you'll see a larger sign pointing you in the right direction, and you'll easily see Earth Cafe a short way down the street.
Not Wheelchair Accessible
$ - inexpensive
- (Mostly) Organic