Posts Tagged ‘ riads ’

RRR-RR Dar Mima

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

Derb Zaouia el Kadriya, Riad Zitoun Kedim, not far from the Dar Si Said, T 044-385252. Evenings only, closed Wed. A la carte Moroccan eating for around 200dh. Popular with foreign residents. Portions said to be on the small side. Eat upstairs in one of the smaller salons. Excellent opportunity to experience traditional Moroccan cuisine […]

RRR Riad Tamsna

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

23 Derb Zanka Daika, Riad Zitoun Jedid, T 044- 385272. Open for lunch and till late, some credit cards accepted. Moroccan-Mediterranean menu and a selection of wines served in a white courtyard to a soundtrack of jazz, this is a classy restaurant set in the heart of the exclusive Palmeraie.

RRR Yacout

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

79 Sidi Ahmed Soussi, T 044-382929. Evenings only, closed Mon and Aug. Total 600dh, including apéritif, wines and digestif. A classic (although the cuisine is said to have declined in recent years following extension works), born of the fervid imagination of one Bill Willis, haut décorateur extraordinaire. Here are all the trappings of Marrakech style: […]

RRR Le Tobsil

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

Derb Abdallah ben Hussein, Leksour, T 044- 444052, 044-441523. Evenings only. Reservations essential. Moroccan standards cooked and served with more subtlety than is perhaps the norm. This place it is  stylish and friendly, and the cuisine is excellent and diners are always satisfied. Sophisticated but can get a bit cramped (there are only a handful of […]

RRR Le Pavillon

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

47 Derb Zaouia, Bab Doukkala, T 044-387040. Evenings only, closed Tue and Aug. Around 450dh a head, à la carte, drinks included. Said to be the best French restaurant in Marrakech, the menu changing on a daily basis. Le Pavillon can seat a maximum of 80 place setting: 50 in a graden (covered in winter) […]

RRR Ksar Essaoussan

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

Leksour neighbourhood, T 044-440632. Closed Sun and Aug. Reservations essential. Along with Le Tobsil (see below), this place is rated as one of the Red City’s top tables. A lovely riad, where drinks are served in the courtyard before dinner. You can also wander around the house and admire the furnishings, and the view from […]

RRR Dar Moha

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

Rue Dar el Bacha, T 044-386400. Lunchtimes and evenings, reservations preferable. One of the first riads to ‘go public’, the former residence of Pierre Balmain now houses a médina palace restaurant frequented by well-heeled Marrakchis and expats. Lunchtime is very pleasant in the garden. It’s an upscale eatery (despite the piped music) very worthy of […]

RRR Dar Marjana

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

Down an impasse just at the intersection of Rue Bab Doukkala and Rue Dar el Bacha, T 044-385110. Evenings only, reservations essential. ‘The House of Coral’ is one of the city’s longest established ‘traditional’ restaurants. Tables outside in the garden patio or in one of the more intimate side rooms provide the setting for the […]

RRR Dar Fès

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Food

8 Rue Boussouni, Riad Laârous, T 044-382340. Run by one Chérif, a former chemist turned restaurateur. All the great Moroccan standards reliably produced here. Its big plus is greenery on a hot-house scale in the candle-lit patio. Large enough for small groups, Dar Fès has an intimate touch, too.

Riads Fascination

Jan 6th, 2008 | By | Category: Hotels

MARRAKECH, MA ,MARRAKECH 1, Rue Mahjoub Rmiza – Menar MARRAKECH MA 400000 The Riads Fascinating complex comprises traditional Moroccan guesthouses with Andalusian arches and inner courtyards, situated in the old town of Marrakech. Each riad features five residences, all of which have authentic Moorish decor and furnishings and open onto patios. All include bathrooms with […]

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