The Art of Moroccan Hospitality
- October 16, 2023
“Moroccan Hospitality Tips”. Morocco, a land of enchantment and diversity, is not only known for its breathtaking landscapes, but also for its... Read More
This guard at the gates of the Sahara instantly awakens all your senses. Your taste buds and your nose even more! Whether you call it Marrakech, the Red City or the Pearl of the South, one thing is sure there are plenty of places to eat in the tourist capital of Morocco.
The culinary journey is exceptional, ranging from the Medina (the historic city famous for its region Jemaâ el-Fna and its lively souks) to the New City (ramified and animated by young Marrakeshites). Here are some nice and well-known restaurants so you can delight your taste buds during your stay:
The coffee of spices:
If this coffee is considered one of the best restaurants in Marrakech, it is mainly due to its welcoming atmosphere and legendary location. In addition to its delicious dishes, its terrace offers stunning views of the spice market and its continuous display of vendors.
Its cuisine is the best way to experience authentic Moroccan flavors, including tajine, harira, Beldi breakfast, and sandwich with kefta.
The Lions Court:
Or eat in Marrakech while looking for a luxurious, refined and secure experience? Your expectations will be fully met by the Lions Court.
This exceptional restaurant, located in the Palace of Es Saadi Resort, has the potential to significantly strengthen its profile compared to other restaurants in the city. The chef prepares dishes of Moroccan cuisine forgotten in a Thousand and One Nights style decor. All your senses are sharp, especially your eyes and ears.
The Gardens of the Medina:
The cuisine of the Medina Gardens is exquisite, tasty and meticulously elaborated. There are French specialities that have been largely influenced by Moroccan culture. This restaurant is undoubtedly one of the best places to eat in Marrakech because of its impeccable balance. The patio garden transports you to a world full of sultans. The waiters juggle between the fish served with salt and the carpaccio of vegetables, foie gras while the trees tremble in the pool.
An exquisite table located inside a fondouk is a small joy of the Red Light District. This organization plays the card of a certain rustic sobriety among the restaurants of Marrakech. The furniture is comfortable and both modern and Moroccan style, ceramic and wood. A touch of green is added by the wall flowers and fonts. With views of the roofs of the medina and the Atlas Mountains, its terrace is another undeniable highlight. In addition to serving a tasty and adventurous Moroccan menu, Le Foundouk is known for its inventive cocktails and a wide variety of local drinks.
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