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Morocco Restaurants

  • Local Cuisine

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    This restaurant offers a truly pleasant ambience and is ideal for evening meal post 7.30 pm I attended this place 3 nights November 2014 and asampled the dish beef skewered It comprises beef on skewers and a side dish of cheese gratin It took me back to my school days when I enjoyed cheese n potato pie as a school lunch. The wine was excellent but...

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  • Street Vendors

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Djamaa el Fna is the best choice for dinner at night if you like a good atmosphere. The square has dozens of food stands serving good local dishes in an atmosphere that is out of this world. A stay in Marrakesh is not complete unless you have spend at least one evening here. I love their cous cous.

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  • Fast Food

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    by Mary Mimouna, Marrakech Restaurant Reviewer Reviewed July 17, 2006 No longer do tourists have to wonder where they can get delicious and safe food at reasonable prices, in an air-conditioned, non-smoking, child-friendly atmosphere! Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, McDonald's is open from 9 AM to Midnight, Sunday through Thursday. On Friday...

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  • Cafés

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    The cafe first rose to fame in Peter Mayne's A Year in Marrakech. The writer spent many afternoons sitting in the cafe watching the festivities in the Djemaa el Fna, It was the focus of his early days in the city. It later became a popular place for tourists, offering some of the best views in the city, especially at sunset as the square changes...

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  • Italian Cuisine

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Having eaten Moroccan food almost exclusively for 14 days we opted for something slightly different when we got back to Marrakech from the Atlas Mountains. There was a restauant on Rue Bab Agnaou, near our hotel, called Mabrouka which served typical Moroccan food as well as some western cuisine, so we went here for lunch. We both had margarita...

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  • Argana Cafe

    3 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Friendly staff and a range of Moroccan dishes await the visitor to this café. The best thing about it is the absolutely fantastic view you get from the tables on the terraces. At night you get the full effect of the Jemaa-el-Fna, the smoke, colour, and noise. We both had a chicken and lemon tajine for our main course and enjoyed it. The cost of our...

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  • Chez Chegrouni

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Located right at one corner of Jamma al Fina, this restaurant has good view of the square and from its top floor a nice view over it. During the course of one week stay in Marrakech, one thing was a bit strange, in all the places where the tourists were eating, the meals were more or less uniformly priced, you eat for around 100-125 dirhams (10-12...

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  • French Cuisine

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    The Loft tries to bring a bit of Manhattan to Morocco. The decor is relaxed, with lots of wood, exposed brick and soft lighting. The service is friendly, if slow, and multilingual. The menu is a patchwork of French, with a little American, Italian and Moroccan thrown in. All the food was good, if a little expensive for what you get. The restaurant...

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  • Chez Ali

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    An evening at Chez Ali is an experience not to be missed! I'd been looking forward to visiting, since reading VTers tips. I chose to celebrate my Birthday here. I've written a bit about the venue and entertainment in my Nightlife tips. Arriving at Chez Ali, we were led by our guide, to a room where the inside was decorated in the style of a...

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  • Café Des Épices

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    We ended up in this cafe every day, if not or lunch then for a cold drink and snack to hide from burning sun. Cafe was tended to by young local people. The food was somewhat western, but with the local twist and local ingredients. We usually had great refreshing salad, coffee, ice cold water, and orange juice. . From the cafe we could watch...

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  • Cafe Arabe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    After a couple of nights of eating dinner in Djemaa el-Fna we decided that we wanted a meal where we could sit comfortably and didn't have to use our hands to eat! We were also in need of an alcoholic drink after a busy day bargaining in the souqs, so we headed to Café Arabe - as it had a bar and was conveniently located close to our Riad. Cafe...

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  • Le Comptoir Darna

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    This is a rather decadent place in one of the most posh areas of Marrakech. The casino and some bars and discos are close by. Reservation is a must, especially on the weekends. Downstairs you`ll find the restaurant, upside there is a bar, where you can take a drink after dinner. Food was really good and not too expensive for european standards -...

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  • Le Dragon D'Or

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    This is described as a Chinese and Vietnamese restaurant. We opted for traditional Chinese food, which was plentiful and tasty. A wide selection of dishes, many that I have never tried before. The service was slick despite being very busy the night we were there. Four of us ate there in our group and everyone enjoyed their meal. The atmosphere was...

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  • Kosybar

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    The restaurant is situated in a small square close to the El Badi Palace.Upon arrival we were asked if we would like to choose a table,as the restaurant is divided into several rooms plus a roof terrace.Once seated it was some time before our order was taken,although we were given bread and olives.The sole fillet that i had was tasty and nicely...

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  • Le Stylia

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Stylia is housed in possibly the grandest home you will be allowed to in to dine in Africa. The history of this amazing building dates back to the 1400’s and has been described at a minor Royal Palace and the original home of an important judge. Every surface in this building is a work of art. Beautiful fountains bubble away in grand rooms with...

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  • La Maison Arabe Hotel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    A busy morning of sight-seeing meant a dire need for a mint tea. We walked by a posh Riad that I had read about and I remembered that they had a tea room inside that was open to the public. La Maison Arabe started out as a fancy restaurant back in the 1940’s, and is today also a luxury hotel. The hotel runs cooking courses and also offers morning...

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  • Le Marrakeshi

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Le Marrakeshi exists up a flight of stairs just off Djemme el Fna. A flight of candlelit stairs that is... leading up to a plush velvet and rose petal-strewn foyer of intricate mosaic detail at which you'll ask for a table. Most likely, you'll be told to leave your name and come back as this place is quite busy. The service is fair enough. The...

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  • La Casa Restaurant-Lounge

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Inside the elegant neighbourhood of Marrakech, “La Casa” restaurant lounge for tapas, receives you in a Latino-American ambiance and proposes dishes with exotic flavours and a show cooking from 19:00 and 20 euros. “La Casa” offers you an atmosphere with top 40’s international music rhythms.

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  • La Boheme

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    We arrived at our Riad in the Medina in Marrakech and the lovely staff suggested a nice restaurant to spend our first evening overlooking the market place. We followed our guide and arrived on the rooftop of La Boheme Restaurant overlooking the central square Djamaa El fna. This restaurant was expensive but we thoroughly enjoyed our meal that was...

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  • Nid Cigogne

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Lunch time one day found us close to the Saadian Tombs and all of the guidebooks recommended Nid'Cigogne. Ok, so that doesn't mean that it would be a good meal, but hey, it was close and we were hungry. The thing that appealed to me about Nid'Cigogne was that you could apparently dine with a great view of some nesting storks - and the books were...

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  • Le Square

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    The other restaurant with a very nice and romantic atmosphere and great food we found was almost round the corner of hotel Sofitel. Unfortunately I do not know the address. The tables were mostly outside on the grass and the delicous food was served while romantic music was playing. As far as I adore seafood I can assure it was good but I tried...

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  • Aqua

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    We decided to have dinner from a terrace of one of the restaurants at the Djemna el Fna square to have a nice look at the square itself at night. We saw a sign of the modern looking restaurant Aqua. From the terrace you have a magnificient view on the square an all the people, the foodstalls and just everything. There is a whide choice of western...

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  • Al Fassia Guéliz

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Marrakech is filled with small, tempting looking patisseries selling little tasty treats, which mainly seemed to be made from nuts and honey - delicious! One such patisserie was Patisserie Marocaine, which is located just across from the Saadian Tombs. After exploring the surrounding area we were in dire need of a mint tea and a snack so popped in...

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  • Borj el Koutoubia

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Hidden away in the busy Rue de Bab Agnaou, is this cafe-restaurant with a pleasant rooftop garden. Away from the husle and the busle of this living city you can enjoy a lunch or dinner here amidst the green. They serve tajines, sanwiches, omelettes, hamburgers, pancakes, and pizza. We discovered this restaurant only because someone was standing on...

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  • Venezia Ice

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Venezia Ice is an ice cream parlour located on Ave Mohamed V. It forms part of the Hotel Islane tourist complex and is located right across the road from the Koutoubia mosque and just a 5 minute walk from Djemaa El Fna. As I was staying at Hotel Islane, I stopped by for ice cream on a number of occasions during my visit to the city in February...

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  • Bistro La Saveur

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    by Mary Mimouna, Marrakesh Restaurant Reviewer For a refined and elegant Thai dining experience in Marrakesh, I recommend the Bistro Le Saveur (meaning "delicious-tasting" in French). The decor reminds me of the splendorous charm of bygone colonial days in Southeast Asia. This restaurant has become a favorite among ex-pats in Marrakesh. While...

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  • Les Lauriers Blancs

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    My first night (of my 09 trip) it was pouring with rain (real December weather apparently) so I just ate at my riad. 3 courses for €22 - probably expensive by local standards but I was happy to have a slow relaxed dinner and not have to wander around in the rain looking for somewhere. Soup (almond, I think) then chicken tajine (with lemon) and...

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  • El Andalous

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Since we had booked a hotel with breakfast and dinner, we ate at the hotel restaurant 3 out of 4 nights! The food consisted of a buffet of starters - fried eggplant, sliced tomatos, tuna fish salad - you name it, they got it! In addition they had warm meals - usually 3 different types and some delicious desserts! The food was good, but not...

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  • Riad L'Orangeraie

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    On our first night in Marrakech we had dinner at our hotel, Riad L'Orangeraie. We had to tell the Riad prior to our arrival in Marrakech that we would like dinner that evening. There is no restaurant as such, you just choose where you would like to dine within the Riad grounds - be it in the courtyard by the pool, on the roof terrace, or in the...

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  • Marrakech Museum Café

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    After a few hours of exploring the souqs we found ourselves at the Musee de Marrakech. We liked the look of the small museum cafe so decided to have lunch there. The cafe is located in the courtyard, just through the gate from Place Ben Youssef. There were tables and chairs scattered about in the centre of the courtyard making the most of the...

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  • Alhambra

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    LOCATION my friends. This place is prime for people watching on Djemma el Fna & the fare is quite good for what it's worth and then there's the price, extremely reasonable for said location. You really can't go wrong. Like many restaurants in Marrakesh Alhambra consists of three stories, the ground floor, the 2nd and the terrace. For the best...

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  • El Waha

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    El Waha is one of several restaurants with a terrace and a panoramic view over Djemaa el Fna. It is, in my opinion, the best value one. Both the tajine and couscous here are good. They also serve kebabs and omelettes. Expect to pay betweeen 20Dh and 40Dh per person. Opening hours: 7am-11pm

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  • Bô and Zin

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Along the new Ourika road, stand the ochre red walls of bô&zin. You enter a special world where every detail has been carefully designed for your well being. The charm of the place has an immediate effect and carries you away from home, it’s an invitation to dream, a mixture of Zen spirit, elegance and simplicity. At any time, you can enjoy a...

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  • Sheraton Hotel

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Well, this wasn't where I expected to spend a lazy afternoon, in a 5-star luxury hotel. But the Sheraton, on the outskirts of Marrakesh, has a bar which serves cool lager, so my friends caught a taxi there as soon as they could ;-) The Sheraton is like an oasis of luxury for western tourists. The hotel is wrapped around an enormous swimming pool,...

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  • Bougainvillea Cafe

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Cafe Bougainvillea is a tourist friendly cafe that was located close to our Riad. After several hours of exploring the souqs we were in dire need of a nice cup of mint tea and an escape from the craziness, and this seemed like a good option. The cafe is located down some stairs from the street, in a Riad. The main seating area is in the bright...

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  • Excellent food, people; prices - beer...

    Ive now been eating quite regularly each time Ive visited TAfraoute over the last 3 years.The guys who cook in here have all been consistenly great cooks - and the price hasn't gone up in 3 years! for the Set menu that is which is still a bargain at 90 dirham for entrée, main and simple dessert.Ive been able to request tagines with extra...

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  • Disappointed..... Sidi Ifni.

    Serving staff were very friendly and helpful, the tagine in itself was good, but there was a distinct lack of vegetables to accompany the meat. Finished the meal disappointed. They did allow us to bring beer in from our hotel as long as was in a bag on the floor.Tagines were at 35 Dh, Couscous a little more.

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  • PALATIAL

    Stylia is housed in possibly the grandest home you will be allowed to in to dine in Africa. The history of this amazing building dates back to the 1400’s and has been described at a minor Royal Palace and the original home of an important judge. Every surface in this building is a work of art. Beautiful fountains bubble away in grand rooms with...

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  • Excellent tagine, low price and the best...

    Have driven through Ijoukak many times as its along the main road to Tizn Test and Taroudant from Marrakech....theres a lot of blossoms around here in season during Jan and Feb, the 12th century fortress mosque Tin Mal of which is one of only 2 mosques in Morocco non-muslims can enter is only a few kms further up the road and theres a castle and...

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  • Terrace Restaurants

    There are several terrace restaurants in Marrakech that overlook the Djemmaa el Fna, and are therefore popular with tourists for their views over the square. The terraces are either in the open air on the rooftop of the restaurant, or are on an upper level. All of the restaurants serve full meals, but many people like to sit on the terraces with...

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  • Way up above the valley

    We were travelling the pass, heading from Imlil to Touradant when our driver pulled in for us to have lunch.It's basic! There was little choice of food ---a lamb tajine with bread and salad. To drink there was water and mint tea.HOWEVER...the views pre-post low clouds were amazing!Do look at my photos of the van jacked up on concrete/stones!Oh, you...

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  • how much to pay to eat out or in

    Id do that for one night (menu in your hotel when you arrive), and then eat out elsewhere for other experiences elsewhere. A big thing about visiting Morocco is experiencing the food! Moroccan cuisine is well regarded as a cuisine in its own right and though the locals may tend to have only a few main dishes in their normal routine there is...

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  • Street vendors Jma El-Fna Marrakesh

    These restaurants are a great opportunity to try typical moroccan food right on the centre of the most important and fascinating place in whole city of Marrakesh, the Square Jma El-Fna). You have street vendors with dozens of different dishes which you may choose just by looking at them exposed on the restaurant facilities. You sit in front of the...

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  • Tourist Restaurants

    When I traveled to Morocco, I went on a guided tour in which meals were included. This meant that we ate every night in tourist restaurants that cater mainly to group tours and independent travelers to a lesser extent. These restaurants feature local food and a cultural show that might include such forms of entertainment as singing, dancing, and...

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  • Essaouira - Good cheap menus.

    This is another pretty cheap place to eat within easy walk of the port and the shopping area. We ate here twice as it was less than 100 metres from the Riad Al Fath where we were staying, and were not disappointed. An atypical Moroccon place with high ceilings, and prints of French water colour artist Charles Kerivel on the walls, well known in...

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