An Omlette in the High Atlas.

The best meal of our trip in Morocco in February was at the Tizi-n-Test pass.  I have never eaten lunch with such a spectacular view.
Morrocco Omlette

We were en route from Ourigane in the Atlas Mountains to the walled town of Taroudant.
Getting there was something else – a road that just wound up and up on hair pin bends. At the top we stopped at this bare bricked building which to our surprise served lunch. It was simple and delicious.
A starter – salad of red onions, parsley, tomatoes, lemon juice and oil, followed by Berber omlettes cooked in tagines with lovely peppers and tomatoes, followed by almond biscuits and the sweetest Moroccon oranges (which were growing everywhere).