A very modern restaurant in Guèliz. It’s a little out of the way so not as well-known as others on the main roads. If you go north on Mohamed V to the La Flamme Restaurant (on the corner of Avenue Khattabi), take the road that is diagonally opposite (rue Drâa). It’s the second street down – the other end of the building housing the Red City offices.
It’s well worth a visit as you get beautifully cooked dishes (French or Moroccan) for a very reasonable price – main dishes about 100 dirhams.
Service is very friendly and both the interior of the restaurant and the outside eating area are very pleasant places to dine.
Open Monday to Saturday, for lunch and dinner. Music entertainment.
Angle rue Lieutenant Lamure et rue Drâa, Guèliz, Marrakech
Tel. : 05 24 42 28 08
Restaurant and bar Level Five is hidden away on the fifth and sixth floor of a smart building in Gueliz (Immeuble ben Hafsia 2, Place du 16 Novembre, Guéliz). It has, just recently, been taken over by a new team and has had a facelift, so even if you have been before now is the time to plan a return visit.
The new layout splits the restaurant, which regularly offers live music (usually after 10pm), and the stylish Skybar, both of which are reached by a glass lift.
The restaurant menu offers French and Asian cuisine, including an enormous range of Indian dishes and sushi platters. Excellent wine list aside, the other aspect to win top marks is the long bar which is gold and visually striking.
Imperially positioned high above the city, the Sky Bar has a canopied open-air terrace to make the most of the views which stretch out to the Harti Gardens and beyond. On the whole, Level Five is young, now and very much of its time; a convivial place that doesn’t scrimp on fun or polish.