Restaurants in the medina old city of Marrakech
You may have already visited Marrakech and are thinking to come back but want something a little different. Or you may be a foodie, always interested in foreign cuisine. We have the tour for you. It’s Marrakech Food Tours – a personally-guided tour around Marrakech to discover the food that Marrakchis eat. Camel burger?
Un déjeuner à Marrakech Rather a long name for a restaurant, it has nevertheless earned a good reputation by providing excellent and beautifully presented meals and delicious desserts. Excellent value for money.. There are several floors with a roof terrace about three floors up—if you still have energy to mount the stairs. It’s north along
If like us, you love the rooftop at Café des Épices but sometimes find it too crowded, head over to its sister restaurant, Le Jardin. It’s just a short stroll away. Set in the flowery courtyard of a restored riad, Le Jardin is a curious space where you’ll see projected art-house movies on the
Sometimes you just want somewhere that reminds you of your favourite Italian go-to restaurant back home. To drink lemonade, eat pasta and gently download all the experiences, sights and sounds of the Medina in the shade. I Limoni is that place. An Italian restaurant that doubles up as a coffee shop in the heart of
Moroccan soul food is best sampled on the street, or in someone’s home. As a tourist it can be hard to secure an invite while on vacation, so after you’ve tried the delicious homecooked food at our riad, wander the makeshift food stalls around Djmaa el-Fna and surrounding streets. It is a quintessential Marrakchi experience.
Restaurant Oscar Progrés On the middle road of the roads leading south of the main square, Place Jemaa’ el Fna’, on the rue Bani Marine, you’ll find Restaurant Oscar Progrés. It’s not chic but is a favourite of travellers and locals. Ambience provided by ceramic tile walls with a band of sculpted plaster above –
As one of the world’s best shopping destinations, it’s no wonder that Marrakech has jumped on the worldwide pop-up shop craze. One of the best to keep an eye on is the one held at the restaurant Le Jardin. Pop Up Shop occasionally takes over the first floor of Le Jardin in Souk El Jeld
Enchanting restaurant in a restored riad behind the Medersa ben Youssef. so right in the heard of the medina of Marrakesh. Romantic atmosphere. Mix of French and local cuisine. Le Foundouk Restaurant Marrakech 55 Souk Hal Fassi, Kaat BenNahid, Marrakesh 05 24 37 81 90 http://www.foundouk.com/
Fabulous Moroccan restaurant just around the corner from Riad Sapphire in the Sidi ben Slimane area of Marrakech medina. Great Moroccan food. The decor is sophisticated and the ambience is fantastic. Live Andalusian music, great service. Definitely worth a visit. Good restaurant for a special celebration. Alcohol served. You can pay by credit card. Restaurant
Marrakech’s iconic spot – Place Jemaa’ el Fna Camel’s head, sheep’s testicle, calf’s feet and plenty less exotic treats it’s all to be had at Marrakech’s famous open-air restaurant. We are pleased to publish this fascinating article on Marrakech’s most famous spot – by guest blogger Derek Workman. In 2008, Paula Wolfert’s book, Couscous and