Marrakech

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Mediterranean
Guéliz
7 reviews
Meals begin with a bang with complimentary 12-dish mezze (salads) while Moroccan mains of chicken tajine or caramelised pumpkin and lamb tajine with almonds and eggs...show how the classics should be. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Guéliz
8 reviews
Recently restored to its flapper-era, potted-palm glory, this landmark bistro delivers swanky comfort and a seared beef tartare to write home about just behind the main post office. — Lonely Planet
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Middle Eastern
Medina
8 reviews
One of Marrakesh's finest restaurants. — Concierge
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Middle Eastern
Medina
7 reviews
Offers the chance to enjoy a meal or a drink on its terrace and really appreciate the atmosphere of the city. Its extensive menu offers excellent quality. — DK Eyewitness
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Mediterranean
Medina
5 reviews
Here the focus is on the food and company, get-cozy booth seating, excellent classical Andalusian musicians. — Lonely Planet
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European
Guéliz
6 reviews
Brothers Pascal and Arnaud Foltran have taken a piece of old Morocco and updated it for new Marrakech. — Frommer's
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Middle Eastern
Medina
8 reviews
In this intimate riad near Bab Ksour, 50 guests max indulge in button-popping, five-course Moroccan menus with aperitifs and wine pairings. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
The Palmery
3 reviews
Party in the Palmeraie’s very own restaurant and speakeasy, where swinging blues bands, acrobats and Latin carnival performers provide lively in-house entertainment late into the night — Lonely Planet
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Middle Eastern
Guéliz
5 reviews
Housed in a former palace within Marrakech’s amazingly lively medina, and richly decorated with drapes and lanterns, the Dar Marjana will offer a memorable dining experience. — DK Eyewitness
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Mediterranean
Medina
6 reviews
Watch the magic happen as you sip freshly squeezed OJ while overlooking the Rahba Kedima potion dealers. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Medina
4 reviews
Café du Livre is the hangout for local expats, particularly the Anglophones. — Travel + Leisure
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Middle Eastern
Medina
5 reviews
This stylish restaurant is a good bet for a special night out with traditional Moroccan cuisine, Oriental live music, and slick service. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Mike Richardson brings his hugely successful cross-cultural café project, first established in Fez, to a second home in the Kasbah area of Marrakesh. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Tucked into a side street off "the Spice Square" in the souks, Nomad has quickly become a local favorite for those seeking modern Moroccan cuisine in a fresh and funky outdoor setting — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Medina
4 reviews
With an Italian/Moroccan menu that includes lasagne, tagine and briouates (stuffed pastries), this is one of the best places for lunch in the medina. — Insight Guides
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Mediterranean
Guéliz
5 reviews
This is one of the city’s most popular Italian restaurants, crowded at lunchtime and suppertime alike with Marrakshis, expats and tourists. — Rough Guide
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Middle Eastern
Medina
4 reviews
This small, tiled medina café is a popular budget choice serving beef and chicken tagines and, in winter, loubia (bean stew) or spicy lentils in addition to standard grill fare — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Guéliz
4 reviews
Follow the basket bubble-lamps to lunch on top of the souqs in a mudbrick bhou (booth) off Rue Dar el-Bacha. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
Downstairs it’s a restaurant serving reliably good Moroccan and international cuisine...Upstairs it’s a chic lounge bar, very popular with Marrakesh’s young and rich. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Fresh fish is shipped in from Agadir or Casablanca each morning, and the authentic tapas selection includes classics such as tortillas, shrimp with garlic, patatas bravas, and...Galician octopus. — Fodor's
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