Delicious cookies. They double boxed the assorted cookies and shabakeya we bought. The cookies travel well and this edible souvenir was a hit at work.
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Everything here (almost) is made of almonds, honey and / or sugar. If you mind about you fitness, keep away! This 3 generations family business offers the best value for Moroccan pastry.
You enter the small place and you smell the yummy pasteries and you just want to buy everything there. Very clean place, yummy sweets, and they offer you many kind to try. The salesmen there very friendly and they take care of your order so...More
There is a large selection of Moroccan and French pastries. Prices are reasonable, thus it is very popular. If possible buy one of each variety of pastry to sample. They also sell pastilla (Moroccan meat pie) which is made to order an hour in advance....More
After a strange walk in the night trying to find this place in the old Medina (as our GPS indicate), loosing our hope and mood of pastries, we have found it the next day in the new Medina, from the Habous area. We bought from...More
Just by going across tripadvisor options we found this place. I want to thank everyone who had reviewed this place for us to have the chance to visit. Fantastic sweets, outstanding service. They insisted my five year old son taste all the options to make...More
Morocco has a French history, thus many delicious Moroccan- and French-based pastries. Some are less sweet than Americans are used to, others are flowing with honey. Bennis is one of the very top bakeries in Morocco and a must visit if you are at Habbous....More
Unfortunately I am quite disappointed with this store. It was overrated and therefore, probably I had very high expectations. I cannot say it was that delicious. Moreover, prices are quite high.