Restaurants in Morocco

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Many people consider Al Fassia to be Marrakesh’s very best restaurant for Moroccan food.  It’s also a tad more reasonable than some of the other... Read More

To reach this  fabulous Italian restaurant, located at the Four Seasons Hotel, you’ll get to stroll through the hotel’s beautiful grounds, replete... Read More

It’s all very stylish at this restaurant/lounge—this is Marrakesh at its most urbane.  Have dinner in the garden, and then, if you’re up for it,... Read More

Offering lots of cultural events from cooking lessons, to Arabic calligraphy, to live story-telling, Café Clock is a great place to learn about modern ... Read More

One of the newest cafes on the Marrakesh scene, Café Clock follows in the footsteps of its more established sister café of the same name in Fez. ... Read More

Drink your coffee with a view of the famed Jemma El Fnaa square. Head up to the terrace to take in all the action. Cafe de France has been around since... Read More

Ah…… Café de la Poste.  This is practically an institution in Marrakesh.  With its wicker seating, ceiling fans and wood-slat blinds, this... Read More

Right smack in the midst of the spice souk (ahem, hence the café’s name) a coffee is obligatory at the Café des Epices.  This three-story café... Read More

Situated in the heart of the former French quarter, this cozy expat hangout is equal parts café, restaurant, bar, and bookstore. Its friendly atmosphere... Read More

Café du Livre is the hangout for local expats, particularly the Anglophones.  Ownership has changed hands several times but the theme has stayed... Read More

You can’t argue with the location of this Café, right on the Jemma el-Fnaa square in the medina.  Expect good sandwiches, salads and Moroccan... Read More

The restaurant is a hangout for artists and the intelligentsia. In high season diners can lounge and people watch for hours. Read More

Run by a French couple, this is the very best place to have fish and seafood in Marrakesh.  Start with delicious Moroccan oysters, then move on to... Read More

Dar Moha is the perfect sartorial choice for the visiting gourmand.  Previously owned by fashion designer Pierre Balmain, this nineteenth-century... Read More

Every visitor to Marrakesh has to try Dar Yacout, a medina institution. Follow winding alleyways to the restaurants courtyard, strewn with petals.... Read More

The grande dame of Marrakesh Moroccan restaurants, Dar Yacout is the restaurant so often seen in coffee table books on Marrakesh, with a great mash-up... Read More

Located in the more tranquil area of the Hivernage near the city’s larger 5 star hotels, the quieter atmosphere at this posh café and restaurant will... Read More

You could almost be in Indochina, circa 1950, sitting under slow-turning ceiling fans on a vast bamboo-shaded veranda. It is popular with French expats,... Read More

Directly on the main street of Boulevard Mohamed V, this café is right in the thick of things in the new city.  Order your straight up kawa along... Read More

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