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Café Andaluz- Moroccan Café

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Real Moroccan Tea

Translated by flag-gb Emily Sanders — 7 years ago

Original text by flag- Laurie Lambert

If you fancy discovering the Moroccan ambience in Murcia, I recommend heading to the district situated behind the bus station. There, in the street just before the station and towards the back of it, you will find the Al-Andaluz café. So, next to the Salzillo museum. It’s a bar run by Moroccans, in which there are no women, just like in Morocco :p but where you can enjoy a good mint tea like the ones over there. There are also Moroccan pastries, crêpes, cakes, iced pastries. There is a terrace which faces the station if you want to be in the sun.

Real Moroccan Tea

The prices are perfectly reasonable. It’s also possible to get a pitta to eat there. The breads they serve are the same as the ones in Morocco, that is to say, these good thick breads. I also think that you can eat Moroccan food there, I have seen some Moroccans eat the typical Moroccan salad (tomatoes, onions, peppers).

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