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Give Your Belly a Dance with Authentic Moroccan Cuisine

March 14, 2022

Five fine dining restaurants in Marrakech for local food

Many luxury travelers want to know something about the dining scene of a potential destination before making a final decision on a visit.

Rest assured, Marrakech will receive rave reviews from you when it comes to fine dining providing delicious local cuisine. Here are five restaurants we have chosen for you to give you an idea of what’s in store for your palate!

La Grande Table Morocaine

This restaurant is undoubtedly the most refined in all of Marrakech. The opulent La Grande Table Morocaine is tucked inside the Royal Mansour Hotel. The dining room is richly decorated with an elegantly and traditionally attired staff. Everything on the menu is delicate and delicious. Chef Yannick Alléno (who has three Michelin stars) elevated La Grande Table Morocaine to one of the most well-known fine dining establishments in Morocco.

We recommend: The lobster seffa medfouna (vermicelli sweetened with raisins, almonds and cinnamon); the mullet with chermoula (garlic, cumin and coriander marinade); or the lamb tagine with quince and orange blossom honey.

A decadent and beautifully-plated dish at La Grande Table Morocaine [Source: royalmansour.com]

Le Marocain

Here the city’s great sip glasses of gris (Moroccan rosé) and gift their palates with the traditional cuisine of Marrakech. Le Marocain is an ode to hospitality in a country where guests are welcomed as friends in a magical and warm setting. The Moroccan cuisine of regional families is magnified by Chef Rachid Agouray who brilliantly captures all the subtlety and colors of Morocco around typical and sophisticated dishes. Essential tagines and couscous are cooked with passion and encourage conviviality.

We recommend: Chicken tagine "R'hamna" with olives and candied lemon; lamb couscous with seven vegetables; or grilled Mamounia, chicken, kefta, merguez, lamb, tomatoes and grilled onions. For dessert, try the orange blossom, lemon and honey pastilla.

Dinner at the sultry Le Marocain [Source: mamounia.com]

Le Trou au Mur

The menu at James Wix’s retro Moroccan restaurant draws straight from grandma’s cookbook. Here you can sample traditional specialties. Not so traditional is the contemporary, oriental décor and the tasty cocktails best enjoyed on the roof terrace. Le Trou au Mur is a breath of fresh air in the city's fine dining scene. It’s laid-back, intimate and above all, totally serious about Moroccan food.

We recommend: Berkoukesh (handmade pasta with a herb and tomato sauce); tride (shredded pancakes with lentils, chicken and saffron); or tihane (offal stuffed with spiced kefta, olives and lemons).

A spread at Le Trou au Mur befitting any lover of fine cuisine [Source: letrouaumur.com]

A trip to Marrakech is totally complete when you’re staying at one of the most elite homes in the city, Villa Gemma. This glorious home – with all its high-tech amenities is a totally modern place in the heart of the history of Marrakech. It is the ideal place for relaxation and entertainment providing such luxuries as a sauna, nightclub area, hammam, theater, gym, and elevator along with a heated, outdoor pool, hot tub and terrific outdoor dining space. Up to 12 guests can enjoy this captivating home where they will receive full services and support around the clock.

Dar Yacout

This fabulous traditional restaurant is set in a gorgeously decked-out riad deep in the north of the medina. It was one of the first addresses in these parts to offer a multi-course gastronomic Moroccan diffa (feast) for a set price and 20 years on it has lost none of its shine. You’ll relish the enchanting décor, private lounges, breathtaking and panoramic views from the terrace of the medina and the Koutoubia of Marrakech.

Take aperitifs on the terrace, then settle down for a satiating meal in one of the lavishly decorated salons.

We recommend: Meat tagine with seasonal vegetables; Beldi chicken with olive; or meat and vegetable couscous. If you have room, the honey pancakes are lovely.

For starters at Dar Yacout [Source: xtremefoodies.com]

Taj Moroccan Food

For truly authentic Moroccan food, you must give Taj a try. The tagines are of the utmost quality and the very attentive staff treat you like family. Many people say it is the best Moroccan food they’ve ever had. Everything from appetizers to desserts are brimming with flavor. Taj is truly a five-star Marrakech eatery.

We recommend: The lamb shank in fig sauce; chicken pastilla; chicken tagine with lemons and olives; couscous royal.

Being served one of the many tagine dishes at Taj [Source: tripadvisor.ca]

No matter where your travels take you, you can be sure LVH will get you into the finest dining establishments! If you want to explore the cuisine of Marrakech we will add your name to the reservation lists of the best restaurants. For the most magical time in Marrakech, we invite you to reach out to an LVH client relations associate who will get the planning started for your dream getaway. We will build a customized itinerary for you making sure you will be doing all those things you would love. We’re not happy unless you are! Your home away from home comes with full services and 24/7 support so you never have to worry about a thing. Simply enjoy every exotic moment in Marrakech!

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