Located in the luxurious boutique hotel Maison MK, Gastro MK serves as the hotel’s 24-hour restaurant. Dinner here is an extravagant affair incorporating a five-course tasting menu, and executive chef Omar El Ouahssoussi serves a delightful selection of brunch options too. Breakfast choices are largely influenced by French and Moroccan cuisines, but include toast, cereal and eggs every day. All meals are homemade each morning, and customers are free to dine in an exquisite indoor area or a pretty rooftop terrace. Lunch includes a selection of delicious entrees including smoked salmon tartlets.
14 Derb Sebaai, Quartier Ksour, Medine, Marrakech, Morocco +212 5243-76173
Owned by famous food expert Christophe Leroy, a revered international chef with a multitude of restaurants and cafés, Les Jardins d’Ines is a tasty breakfast choice located within five star hotel Jardin d’Ines. Brunch here is created in an entirely Moroccan style, with entrees such as black cod with miso sauce, and fresh tomato tarts with basil. Renowned architect Imaad Rahmounie recently rebuilt the dining space here, transforming it into a high-class, comfortable area for fine dining and relaxation. Brunch is served here only on Sundays.
La Mamounia was rated by Reader’s Choice as the ‘Best Hotel in Middle and Eastern Africa 2015’, and boasts a brilliant restaurant celebrated for its impeccable Sunday brunch. Served in the hotel’s swimming pool pavilion, there’s splendid seasonal options as well as a huge selection of seafood including lobster, salmon and juicy oysters. La Mamounia prizes itself on using locally sourced ingredients, and even has its own garden to cultivate herbs and vegetables. Customers are greeted with a glass of champagne upon arrival for Sunday brunch, confirming that the hotel is one of the most elegant places to dine in all of Marrakech. Be sure to try the signature cappuccino which uses a rich and strong locally grown coffee.
Avenue Prince Moulay Rachid Marrakech, Morocco+212-5243-88600
With expert chefs cooking right in front of your eyes, Selman Marrakech really gives a personal touch on your Sunday brunch experience. With classical artwork hung around the room, and shiny platters of fruit and desserts displayed in glass cases, diners feel instantly relaxed in this pretty and elegant establishment. The Selman serves popular brunch delicacies, including a variety of sushi and pasta dishes, as well as its signature shellfish. Guests must purchase a ticket to attend brunch, and with this, there is more than amazing food on offer; paddle in the pool from dusk til dawn, or enjoy a spectacular horse show at the hotel, a performance incorporating a range of illusions and mesmerizing magic tricks.
Km 5, Route d’Amizmiz Marrakech, Morocco +212-5244-59600