Summer’s Top 9 And Best Restaurants: Marrakesh Edition

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Marrakech’s first of its kind! An Australian restaurant in Gueliz. A real one! With the Australian comfortable, soft and caring treatment and service. It has the Australian soul embedded in every corner. Australian cuisine is a cultural treasure. Now imagine when the best cuisines meet up!

More than 61 vibrant flavors have been mixed in the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Good quality local ingredients are served as seasonal cuisine from many farms in and around Marrakech and Morocco.

Dar Cherifa

A treasure of the Saadian period, a very old and precious gem renovated quite carefully, with the involvement of famous artisans and artists. Dar Cherifa hosts regular international and national exhibitions, workshops, parties, and events. This mesmerizing space feels like a peaceful universe in which a person can meditate, and lose touch with the real world. The menu was designed so that every dish evokes the feeling of experiencing the traditional cuisine and the Moroccan way of life. The refined interior and its cuisine is overflowing with cultural exchange. It is your own door to taste, feel, and live the legacy of Berber, Jewish, and Arab-Andalusian elements.

The Nomad

Open every day between 12 pm and 11 pm The Nomad is one of the classiest restaurants in Morocco! Local restaurateur Kamal Laftimi (Café des Épices, Le Jardin) has teamed up with Sebastian de Gzell to bring you Nomad, a restaurant that feels like the place you always dreamt of, you would find in the Marrakech Medina. What started as an old carpet store in Rahba Lakdima, turned into a space that makes its clients feel like kings. The Nomad guarantees a worthwhile experience, with intimate dining rooms and two levels of terraces offering spectacular views of the surrounding Medina and Atlas Mountain.

The lively restaurant serves simple “Modern Moroccan” cuisine. Furthermore, they serve a variety of traditional local cuisine and foreign dishes. Furthermore, the focus is on fresh locally produced ingredients and plenty of choices for vegetarians, pescetarians, and more.

Café des Epices

If this café has its place among the best restaurants in Marrakech, it is above all for its warm atmosphere and its legendary location. In addition to its beautiful culinary proposals, its terrace offers a breathtaking view of the place des épices and the incessant spectacle of the merchants. Its menu is ideal for discovering the authentic flavors of Morocco: tagine, harira, Beldi breakfast, or even a kefta sandwich.

Le Foundouk

This superb table nestled inside a fondouk is a little gem of the Red City. Among the restaurants to eat in Marrakech, this entity plays the card of certain bucolic sobriety. The furniture is pleasant, ceramic and wood, sometimes contemporary, sometimes Moroccan. Flowers and wall fountains add a green touch.

Its terrace is another undeniable asset with its view over the roofs of the Medina and the peaks of the Atlas. In addition to a delicious and daring Moroccan menu, Le Foundouk can boast of its
diversity of local alcohol and its innovative cocktails.