Le Salama

Chic greenhouse vibe perfect for a lively brunch with mimosas or a dinner filled with belly dancing. It is a bit tight so reserve a table by the window.


Enjoy high tea in true class. Feel pampered like royalty in this magnificent setting. 


Dar Soukkar

Dinner & a show! The venue is breathtaking & the  show is exciting. Take a 9:30 PM seating for dinner and then the space turns into a dance party by midnight.


Dar Moha

This Riad is run by Chef Moha who outdoes himself as a culinary artist while remaining faithful to traditional flavors.


Jamaa El-Fna Food Stall 31

Talked about as the best Merguez or skewers. 


El Fenn

Super chic decor & fresh local ingredients make this a perfect lunch spot. 

Eat  & Drink



Riad 72

With only 11 tables and a farm fresh menu, this is a definite book ahead spot.


Ling Ling

Drawing inspiration from the popular Eastern concept of ‘Izakaya’, at Ling Ling, food is served to accompany the drinks


La Maison Arabe

The restaurant serves traditional Moroccan cuisine (15 euros per course). It also runs a half-day cooking course, one of the first in Morocco. 


Beats Burger

Looking for a break from the souk & Moroccan food? Sink your teeth into a great burger in a tiny hidden oasis .


Grand Café de la Poste

Marrakesh's Eponymous Parisian-Style Brasserie


La Table 

A meal fit for a foodie king, literally.  Enjoy the majestic beauty of the Royal Mansour Palace.


Dar Essalam

Moroccan tradition fuses with modern fine dining. The restaurant consists of a series of splendid dining rooms.


Le Comptoir

Dinner & a show at this trendy mix of a restaurant, lounge and boutique, in a large Art Deco villa. 


Dar Zellij

Start your meal off with some pre-dinner drinks on the roof for sunset. Makes for a fantastic photo opportunity.



Trendy Garden Spot in the Gueliz area. 



Romantic dining setting. Chef Khalid Robazza Essafa creates dishes of both Italian & Moroccan. 


La Villa des Orangers

Both Mediterranean food and traditional Moroccan cuisine elevated with modern flair. Try the candied lamb shoulder!

TAJINE | slow-cooked savory stews, typically made with sliced meat, poultry or fish together with vegetables or fruit. Common spices include ginger, cumin, turmeric, saffron.

ZAALOUK | delicious cooked salad made with eggplant (aubergines), tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, and spices. It's a common side dish to many meals and it is usually served as a dip with crusty bread.

MAAKOUDAPotato Fritter

KHUBZ | Middle Eastern Flatbread

PASTILLA | Moroccan dish of ground meat and spices cooked inside phyllo dough.


Lotus Privilege

Down a hidden alley in the Media you arrive to a serene ryad courtyard filled with tables. The moroccan food is solid & the ambiance is perfectly calm under the night sky.


For a lively dinner with a chic crowd, book a late dinner here. The menu ranges from asian to moroccan & there is intermittent shows as you dine. There is live music later in the night by the bar.


Le Tanjia

Eating on the elegantly decked out terrace here is a bit of a treat. 

Tip: if you want a table at the edge of the roof terrace overlooking the square, you guessed it…book well ahead.