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This fish-market is awesome! You can choose the fresh fish and the restaurant on the right side will prepares you a really good dinner. The restaurant family was soo friendly and awesome! This is a secret tip! 😉
The fish is defintely fresh, but you need to be careful when negociating the price, you might end up paying more than in a restaurant in the streets of Medina. I suggest checking the list of prices and start negociating from there, otherwise the “salesmen”...More
Terrible experience trying to eat Lobster in Essaouira Fish market! First they will try to cheet you by saying that written 350 Dirham price per kilo is different because you have to pay extra 150 Dirham because it is fresh and alive lobster, secondly the...More
2 persons, plenty of fish (1 large red mullet, 1 large sea bream, 4 big shrimps, 1 medium sized calamari, 4 scampi) two soft drinks, salad and bread: 220 MAD! This is a bargain and the quality of the food is absolutely superb! Would definitely...More
We ate at Shack # 14 Calvados. Not cheap but the freshest best cooked seafood we have ever had. We had a huge lobster. 6 king prawns, & a large grilled fish with chips , salad & drinks between 3 of us & it worked...More
A real life fish market, no bull S&&t it’s great, it all freshly caught seafood, they display it amazingly. As soon as you arrive thru the archway you will be grabbed but local young lads who want you to go to the seating area and...More
Going to Essaouira’s fish market is like traveling back in time. It is all very authentic and sincere.
Just the fishermen and their fish.
It smells a lot and the ground is wet and dirty, so leave your best shoes at home.
Worth a visit!
Plenty of stalls with many fish all interested in your custom. The actual fish market is by the fishing port with the boats being repaired and fish being gutted and washed ready for sale. the fish stalls are nearby selling fish in the ered fishing...More
You simply can't just work around without being harassed by very pushy men who try to pull you in their stall. If you stop to have a look at the menu, you are suddenly surrounded by 5 men who don't let you enjoy the experience....More