Thursday, June 26, 2014

Breakfasts at the Palais Amani in Fes, Morocco



Every morning in Fes, Morocco, living a Travelife, we looked forward to a healthy and delicious full breakfast at the Palais Amani, a jewel of a luxury riad in the heart of the Old City of Fes.

The Palais Amani is not an over-the-top place, but everything is in very good taste so that you will find nothing wanting.

EVERYTHING WAS JUST RIGHT


Breakfasts were pretty much the same way.

The breakfast wasn't a buffet, and there was never a table groaning with food; but we were never hungry, even if we're both used to eating a lot at breakfast.

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THE KIND OF BREAKFASTS WE LIKED

We so enjoyed the breakfasts here, which were different everyday.

There was always lots of fresh fruits and a very good quality yoghurt, which we both love to have at breakfast.


And then we were always served some sort of Arabic or Moroccan soup.

The soups were so good. I always felt like I was starting the morning right, having yoghurt and vegetable soup in my tummy.

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FRESHLY BAKED BREADS
AND EGGS TO ORDER

The assorted breads were freshly baked somewhere in the medina, and I loved having these with the local honey.


For a hot meal, it was always eggs done anyway we wanted.

And everyday, we always each ordered an omelette with everything in it. You'd think an omelette with everything in it would be pretty standard fare, right?




But each day in Fes, we had a different kind of omelette anyway, still with everything delicious in it.

Just like every wonderful but different day in our never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.

3 comments:

  1. It sounds wonderful. I hope to book the Palais Amani when I visit Fes someday. :-) Thank you for the most interesting story.

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  2. These are the kind of places I like to read about and discover. They're unique and they make the visit more interesting compared to staying in some chain hotel, or in some boutique hotel that is trying too hard to impress. Bravo.

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  3. You've just made me but the Palais Amani on my bucket list of places to stay.

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