Beghrir is considerably smaller than Mesmen and far less mysterious. It is the size of a tea saucer. It can be thought of like a kind of flat crumpet, I guess. It is only cooked on one side so it has 100s of tiny holes that have cooked through its surface. Also, beghrir is made with semolina, which is interesting.
Like Msemen, it goes well with honey and butter. It is lighter and less dense than Msemsen. Due to the tiny holes, you can’t really load it with toppings, they drip right through.