Located in the heart of the incredible hotel Royal Mansour in Marrakech, La Grande Table Marocaine offers some deliciously prepared dishes by renowned chefs Jérôme Videau, Karim Benbaba and Florent Margaillan, who work under the supervision of Yannick Alléno, a three-star Michelin chef. The menu is exclusively Moroccan and includes harira, zaâlouk, lobster and other Moroccan delicacies. It is the perfect place to have a romantic and delicious dinner with your loved one. They also have a French version of this restaurant, called La Grande Table Française.
In the city’s charming ‘spice square’ the aptly name Cafe des Epices spreads over three levels, including a rooftop from which guests can enjoy views of the Atlas Mountains and even admire the glowing sunset by evening. The interior reflects the colours and architecture of Marrakech, and the menu offers beverages such as spiced tea and cinnamon coffee, as well as juices and light snacks from Moroccan pastries to tajines. This is a delightful and relaxed place to take a break from exploring the medina.
Located in front of the stunning Agdal Gardens, and just a few miles away from the famous Jemaa el Fna square, Al Fassia Aguedal is nationally and internationally renowned for its high-quality international cuisine and excellent service. Serving guests for over 25 years, Al Fassia Aguedal is still the go-to for traditional Moroccan cuisine. The dining room is elegant, decorated with rich tones and white tablecloths, and the food is freshly prepared with a passion for Moroccan culture. Guests can also select from the à la carte menu for a variety of dishes and flavours.
This traditional Moroccan restaurant is located near the medina of Marrakech. It is so beautifully decorated with zellij, colourful windows, traditional rugs, and more – there isn’t one inch of Dar Zellij that doesn’t look amazingly Moroccan. You can enjoy different classic dishes that will certainly not disappoint, such as seffa, tajine, couscous, and more. They also offer special 3-course menus to discover Moroccan gastronomy in the best way.
Comptoir Darna serves both Moroccan and international cuisine, and your dinner will be accompanied by a marvellous belly dancing show, gnawa and other traditions in the beautifully decorated space. The menu is filled with traditional delicacies such as tajine, couscous, mint tea and much more.
This café-restaurant is located in the heart of the Main Street of Jemaa el Fna and features a stunning terrace with panoramic views of the Koutoubia mosque and Jemaa el Fna square itself. It prides itself on offering gourmet and traditional Moroccan cuisine at affordable prices; guests can eat anything from a light lunch to a healthy dinner here. Enjoy fresh, healthy and authentic food in the Moroccan lounges, Berber tent or the air-conditioned pergola. A haven of relaxation and sweet Moroccan music, guests can admire the chef and staff working on the best of Moroccan dishes.
La Cour des Lions is the restaurant at Es Saadi Marrakech Resort, and it offers delectable traditional dishes made by their incredible chef Fatéma. The different dishes to try include pastilla, lamb tajine and couscous with shrimp. It is such a beautiful spot to have dinner at, as it reminds one of Aladdin, and as it’s on the top floor, you can enjoy a view over the pool and garden on the terrace.
Mes’Lalla is the popular restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental in Marrakech. On the menu, the most appetising Moroccan dishes are offered with a gastronomic touch, such as duck with mango, tangia and couscous. They have a selection of amazing wines from both Europe and Morocco, and the perfect atmosphere to have a sophisticated yet cosy dinner.
An oasis located in the centre of the bustling Gueliz region, the unique and chic Azar gives guests a modern experience of Morocco. It’s a fun restaurant that serves Moroccan, Lebanese and international cuisine prepared from freshly sourced ingredients; guests can choose from a large drinks selection as well as a range of shisha flavours. The entertainment is also worth a mention, with glamorous belly dancers, an in-house orchestra and popular DJs performing every weekend. After a satisfying meal, guests can relax on the terrace sofas with some traditional mint tea.
Terrasse des Épices, located on a hidden rooftop terrace in the heart of the Old Town, is one of the best places in the Medina to relax over a drink and enjoy fresh Franco-Moroccan cuisine. It is less luxurious than some of its local rivals, with a contemporary design characterised by dark wood and rattan furniture, and a view of the rooftops of the Medina and the far-off Atlas Mountains. Al fresco dining is nothing new in Marrakech, but Terrasse des Épices does it to perfection; dishes such as chicken tajine with lemon confit and Filet de saint pierreare highlights of a hugely enticing menu.