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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.

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

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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.

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Dar Moha

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

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Jamaa El-Fna Food Stall 31

Talked about as the best Merguez or skewers. 

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El Fenn

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

Eat  & Drink

LOCAL CUISINE

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Riad 72

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

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Ling Ling

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

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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. 

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Beats Burger

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

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Grand Café de la Poste

Marrakesh's Eponymous Parisian-Style Brasserie

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La Table 

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

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Dar Essalam

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

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Le Comptoir

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

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Dar Zellij

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

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TRENDY

Entrepotes

Trendy Garden Spot in the Gueliz area. 

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PepeNero

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.