Est.

2009

Tea in Sahara

Moroccan Café

Welcome to
Tea in Sahara by Mohamed Sefiani

Through this doorway, anyone can step into Morocco. The authentic mint tea, eclectic music and traditional Moroccan recipes evoke cafés along the wandering streets of Rabat. Tea in Sahara hopes to share this glimpse into Moroccan culture with you.

Dine in

  • DINE IN OPTIONS

    We are offering outside dining for the moment. Indoors dining and dining in the patio and under the pergola to happen soon.
    To order please go to the main menu and click "Order Online" to view our food menu and complete your ordering.
    Please specify that your order is to stay and we will serve you as soon as it is ready.

  • TAKEOUT & DELIVERY

    We are offering takeout and delivery. To order please go to the main menu and click "Order Online" or click the button below.
    Check the box if you want to be notified when your order is ready.

COVID-19

  • FACE MASK

    We require anyone entering the café or interacting with with us to wear a face mask that covers both mouth and nose.
    We will not be able to host you if you don't cover up.

  • 6 FEET IS SAFE

    Please maintain 6 feet of distance between you and other people than the ones in your party. This may require a little patience from all of us. 

  • WASH YOUR HANDS

    We have hand sanitizers all around the café for your convenience. Our bathroom is equipped with warm water and soap that help kill the virus if washed for 20 seconds or longer.

The Experience

the tea

The cuisine

Morocco is an ethnically diverse country with a rich culture and civilization. Moroccan cuisine reflects the centuries-long interaction between Morocco and the outside world. Berber, Arab, Moorish, European and Mediterranean dishes all influence the tastes and textures of Moroccan cuisine.