Agadir Restaurants

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    Complexe Golden Gate: Sea Food If You Want

    by chrissyms Written Jul 1, 2007

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    Very good food, both Moroccan and French I had couscous Royale which was very tasty, my wife had steak which she said was the best she had had in a long time. There was Night Club up stairs which looked good and it was centrally located on the main road adjacent to the front.

    Favorite Dish: Cous Cous

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    La Tour De Paris: Local and French

    by chrissyms Written Jul 1, 2007

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    It was the first restaurant we tried, and so good we went back, the choice was varied you could even get a pizza. We found it by mistake having just arrived in Agadir and probably took a wrong turning from the hotel and ended up in a less touristy area. The cuisine was both Moroccan and French. I chose a tajine and my wife chose steak both were excellant the service was good and price for two, consisting of two courses, beer and wine and coffee, 20 pounds. We came back 3 nights later, sometimes when you do you don't have the same experiance, but this was just as good. The clientelle were manly local with some French which is perhaps a good oman.

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  • Nil Blue: Dont's miss the PIZZA

    by allen_lora Written May 17, 2007

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    thanks allen for this pictur

    hello, it's one of my favorit restaurant in Agadir City, i advice you to have the lunch at 8pm, cause u well enjoy with the music, artist... and more.

    Favorite Dish: i like the Pizza a lot (with seafood); it's so big and sweet :), as in every night i command the pizza and Local Tea. ask for the manager Assad, he is a nice manager, and he love a lot ther visitors.

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    McDonalds: Big Mac

    by earthflyer Updated Mar 18, 2007

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    There's two mcDonalds here in Agadir one you will find on the beach by The children rides area and the other down the main road of Blvd du 20 Aout past the Hotel Mabrouk.

    The air-con inside is freshing when it's really hot outside.

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    Cafe Restaurant Coq d'Or: Open Air

    by earthflyer Updated Mar 17, 2007

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    Nice little place in the New Talborjt area on the Place Lahcen Tamri about to 1 minute walk from my Hotel el-Bahia and just around the corner where the buses drop you off in Agadir.

    There's about 3 resturants all altogether here and competing for you. Which everone you choose you won't be disapointed with food or the service. You can sit outside or inside whichever you like.

    I paid about 50 dirham for a 3 course meal of bread and soup, Chicken Paluet and fruit and ice-cream for desert Plus drinks but note they don't serve beer or wine.

    Local tradition is mint tea after your meal.

    Favorite Dish: Chiken Paluet (Chicken Stew)

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  • Agadir Restaurant Pizzaria Le Nil Bleu: the best seafood restaurant

    by stephan01 Updated Mar 14, 2007

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Mmmm love the fish
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    it's a retau in front of agadir beach; u can view the sun set, really romantic :). the ambience start at night with the local music and the oriental dance... the pizza and sea food are so good with a good qualite... the stuff also.

    Favorite Dish: all food it's so good, but i prefer a lot Lobster grilled, it's so sweet; also try to eat the Tajin, it's a local dish.

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    Small restaurant SW of CTM bus station: Try local restaurants and couscous

    by matcrazy1 Updated Nov 5, 2006

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    I AND MY FISH COUSCOUS

    There are numerous touristy restaurants close to a beach.

    But if you really look for some great genuine Moroccan food (fresh and cheap local specialites), step out from the tourist streets and look for the first place where normal Agadirians stay and eat: this is the place where the people who know go. The restaurant was small with poor furnitures and very poor choice of food (chicken, fish and couscous, seasonal salad) but clean and the waiter/owner was very nice.

    There are more expensive but still cheap restaurants for budget visitors around the square opposite to my hotel where I ate as well. Warning: beer, wine or any other alcoholic drinks are not available in cheap local restaurants.

    Favorite Dish: Fish couscous or royal (with meat) couscous + local salad tasted great. You can watch how do they prepare your couscous in special pots - more in local custom tip. I paid below $5 per person (with a drink).

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  • Le Jacaranda Hotel Restaurant,Agadir: As Good As Ever

    by germanjoe Updated Oct 20, 2006

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    I was interested to read the good review and to learn that the high cuisine standards are still upheld. I had a holiday in Agadir in then Sheraton (now called something else) in 2002
    on B&B so finding a place to eat out was fun. I had several meals at Jacaranda, sometimes
    lunch (the Sunday lunch is famous) and sometimes dinner and each offering was better that the one I had before.

    I dont travel at all now but the memories from Agadir are all great.

    Favorite Dish: Their tomato and basil soup was great.Also Poulet a la Nonno I think a very fine consomme.
    The fish cannot remember the namer like grouper but not grouper, they said too many bones in grouper

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  • Ask local people: Dont miss the Tagines

    by zakir1977 Written May 18, 2006

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    I think anybody that goes to Morrocco must try the Tagine which is the local dish. If you ask the local people or maybe someone from the hotel and ask them where they go to eat you will find it very tasty, as the majority of the restaurants around the resorts are catered for tourists, however if you go to where the locals eat you will enjoy this lovely dish and it will be cooked as it is supposed to be cooked!

    Favorite Dish: Tagine is a MUST!

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    Taccos: Mecixan

    by beccyandjohn Written Jan 15, 2006

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    We ate our Christmas dinner here and it was nice, but i think we got the wrong item of the menu as a few other dinners had Tortella wraps with chicken and peppers onions etc on a sizzling grill which look really good.

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    Hotel Beach Club: Moroccan taste

    by DunaKal Updated Jul 27, 2004

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    The restaurant is located in one of Agadir`s best hotels,The Beach Club hotel,you get to dine while live Moroccan music is playing and just when it`s about time for your dessert you have the chance to see the belly dancer preforming:D

    Favorite Dish: As everywhere in Morocco the Cuscus is a must have and the Tajine.

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  • Pizzeria Anoual: Good food, excellent people

    by Chriztian Written Feb 5, 2004

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    This relatively cheap restaurant on the square behind the supermarked Uniprix on Boulevard Hassan II calls itself a pizzeria, but also serve local must-have food. But never mind the food. Sit down for a while and talk to the people working here, and soon you´ll have learned more about about Islam, tourism, and the city caught in the middle than you ever imagined doing in the course of one week. Yes, it´s that easy. After Ahmed´s "special" liqueur you really should be heading up into the Talborjt and not down to the beach. That is, if you want to see the real Agadir and not a Canary Islands´ wannabe.

    Favorite Dish: Straight up Tagine is always the way to go, and this is no exception.

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    Pizza Hut: Pizza Hut he he he he

    by beccyandjohn Updated Jan 31, 2006

    3 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Well if it wasnt McDees it was pizza hut for our lunch , the pizza was very good the same as home, and excellent value as much cheaper than in UK.

    Favorite Dish: mmmmmmmmmm pizza

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    l,orange blue: godd fun here

    by beccyandjohn Written Jan 30, 2006

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    nice place to go didnt have food here just drinks, service was very good , we had a good time on christmas day

    Favorite Dish: didnt eat here

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