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Les Terrasses de l'Alhambra: views of Djemaa el-Fna
This French-run restaurant is one of the classiest of those with a view of Djemaa el-Fna. Coffee, tea and ice cream are served on the ground floor and there is a proper restaurant on the first-floor terrace with a menu based around salads, pizzas and pasta, accompanied by freshly squeezed fruit juices. The interior is air-conditioned.
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LE PAVILLION: Good French Upscale Food
This is a very good restaurant with French influence food. The courtyard is lovely and very cosy, with a nice atmosphere. The patio has olive trees and a fig tree planted around a central fountain.
The menus range: Menu du marché at 350 DH
Menus at 450 and 590 DH. A bit expensive but worth it.
Here are some of their dishes:
Carré d’agneau rôti, jus à la fleur de thym frais,
Parmentier de canard confit au foie gras chaud,
Escalope de foie gras, jus de miel,
This chef has already been awarded 2 stars in the Michelin Guide for his restaurant "Les Mouscardins" in Saint Tropez.
Favorite Dish: I loved the Parmentier de canard.
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L'Avenue: Great place, nice food!
L'Avenue is perfect for center city hang-out and easy of access. The decoration is trendy dark, warm and intimate. The menu offers fine tasty french dishes. This place is fitted for romantic diners and also for small get-togethers.
By the way the music is well selected, make you want to exhale, perfect for those in search for an after dinner drink.
Favorite Dish: My favourite dish is: Raviolis, Of truffled scampi with braised lettuce and green beans
The Gastronomic Restaurant
The Gastronomic Restaurant at the Es Saadi Hotel is modern and relaxed and offers French and Moroccan cuisine overlooking the pool. There is also a pool side snack bar for light lunches, snacks and drinks. Another restaurant is in the Casino – Estrade Gourmande – which offers a French cuisine. There was no worry with any of the food or juices here. Everything was beautifully presented and the breakfast was great.
Le Loft: Upmarket Gueliz
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 is a bit off the tourist trail, and was very popular with locals and ex-pats. The place was full very shortly after we entered, some hours before peak eating time in Morocco.
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