The Best Tea Spots in Marrakech

The Best Tea Spots in Marrakech

Moroccan mint tea is an essential part of local dining customs. A sign of hospitality as well as a popular sweet drink, there’s no time that isn’t a good time for a pot of mint tea in Marrakech. 

In this post you will find the best tea spots in Marrakech.

Café des Épices

Café des Épices is found in the heart of the Medina and Souks of Marrakech, right by the Rahba Kedima spice market.

The true gem of Café des Épices is the top-floor rooftop terrace, where you can sip mint tea and enjoy fantastic views over the spice market and surrounding Medina. It is also one of the best places to watch the sunset in Marrakech. 

Besides mint tea, Café des Épices also serves many other things like coffee, juices, delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. 

Address: 75 Derb Rahba Lakdima, Marrakech 40000

Villa Majorelle 

Villa Majorelle is located right next to Le Jardin Majorelle. It’s a beautiful and quiet spot to enjoy a mint tea. I especially loved Villa Majorelle’s garden. 

They also serve coffee, juices, and various lunch options. 

Address: Rue Yves St Laurent, Majorelle 4000075 

Le Jardin Secret 

Located in the heart of the Medina, Le Jardin Secret unfolds as a tranquil oasis. The café within offers a serene retreat, perfect for indulging in a soothing mint tea amidst the lush greenery. A delightful haven in the bustling city. 

Address: 121 Rue Mouassine, Marrakech 40030

Le Jardin 

Le Jardin is a charming café-restaurant, nestled in the heart of the city. With its lush garden setting, vibrant colors, and eclectic decor, it offers a delightful escape from the busy streets. 

They offer good mint tea and a fusion of Moroccan and international dishes. A must-visit for those seeking a blend of gastronomy and tranquility in Marrakech. 

Address: Rue Harroun Errachid, Marrakech 40000


Nomad is found in the heart of the Medina and Souks, not far from Café des Épices. Nomad offers a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city and the Atlas Mountains. Besides good mint tea their menu showcases a contemporary twist on local flavours. 

I recommend going around sunset for beautiful views. 

Address: 1 Derb Aarjane, Marrakech 40000

Maison de la Photographie

The rooftop terrace of Maison de la Photographie offers a serene escape amidst the city’s hustle and bustle. With panoramic views of the medina and the Atlas Mountains, it’s a picturesque setting to unwind and enjoy some mint tea. The charm of this spot lies in its tranquility, making it a haven for those seeking both cultural immersion and a moment of respite.  

Address: Rue Ahl Fes, 46 Rue Bin Lafnadek, Marrakech 400301 

Le Grand Balcon du Café Glacier 

Le Grand Balcon du café Glacier is a charming spot overlooking the bustling Jemaa el-Fnaa square. The café has a long, stretching rooftop terrace that is always full of tourists and locals.

It’s the perfect place to savor Moroccan mint tea while soaking in the evening vibes and vibrant tapestry of Marrakech’s bustling square. It was one of my favorite spots. 

Address: Place Jemaa el-Fna, Marrakech 40000 

Grand Café de la Poste 

Grand Café de la Poste is a historic establishment located in the Gueliz district (new Marrakech), it blends traditional Moroccan and French influences, offering a delightful culinary experience. 

They offer good mint tea, breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. I loved the Art Deco interior of the cafe. Worth a visit when you are in Marrakech. 

Address: Angle Boulevard El Mansour Eddahbi et Avenue Imam, Marrakech 40000

Café de France 

Hotel Restaurant Café de France is located right on Jamaa El Fna square. It is one of the oldest and most famous cafes in Marrakech. Mainly because of the three large rooftop terraces found here. It’s the perfect spot to sip mint tea, people-watch, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of the city. 

The restaurant serves a wide range of traditional Moroccan dishes complemented by everything from coffee and ice cream to beer and cocktails. 

I recommend going for sunset, which is magical from here. 

Address: Place Jemaa el-Fna, Marrakech 40000 


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