On our 3rd and last day in Casablanca, we had a great lunch in the otherwise rather pedestrian medina at the Sqala Cafe Maure restaurant, which turned out to be operated by the same group as the Big Bamboo where we'd had such a fabulous meal in Mohammedia. Located in a lush, water-filled garden built directly into the medina walls and filled with glamorous young people and power-lunching businessmen, the Maure got a thumbs-up from the Lonely Planet for good reason. Starting off with an intriguing variety of olives, the attentive English-speaking staff then brought us a scrumptious tapas-style array of Moroccan salads, followed by a succulent chicken tagine that was one of our best yet, and finishing with a skillfully produced latte. My discovery of free wifi in such a place, allowing us to exchange email between courses, seemed only logical. A fabulous wrap-up to our visit to Casablanca.