This unassuming restaurant is attached to the longest-running oyster farm in Oualidia, which has been luring in-the-know foodies since 1947. It is also one of the best spots to catch a sunset. As the sky bruises lilac and purple, slurp huge, succulent huîtres, washed down with a glass of crisp Moroccan white. The molluscs also come cooked every which way, from au gratin to tureen (soup) or a la ciboulette. If you've had your fill of oysters, opt for the spaghetti aux fruits de mer (with seafood) or the locally caught filet de sole drizzled in a tangy orange sauce.
Parc N°007 Oualidia 24252