Yes, that was us... we stay hours drinking tea or coffee but it's not boring at all, we forget about the stress that can be caused by life in Toronto, and we discuss about different subjects. And believe me, Moroccans always have a lot to say and discussions can be very stimulating compared to having a coffee at Tim Hortons (although it's addictive!). When you see us around, come over if you want to chat a bit, we are all very friendly. And you are RIGHT, the food there is authentic, being moroccan myself and a pretty good cook, I can say it's worth 100 times the insulting "Moroccan" cliche given to the Sultan's Tent. Also to reply to all of you who commented on the alcohol: it's a personal choice, nothing to do with religion. Morocco is full of bars and most of the restaurants and cabarets serve alcohol. Seems that our people are more open-minded back home! Hey, and who said Marrakech used to be the name of Morocco back in the day? Marrakech was the imperial city, but I've never heard that. Please, enlighten me!