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7 expert recommendations
Moroccan à la carte is a rarity but it can be found at this family-run restaurant in Guéliz, the new city quarter northwest of the Medina.
This frill-free restaurant serving excellent food makes a convenient stopping-place if you are wandering around the Guéliz area.
Serving some of the best à la carte Moroccan food in the city, Al Fassia has a long-standing reputation for high-quality traditional food. Full review →
Al Fassia is one of Marrakech's most famous restaurants (and a hard reservation to get) both for the quality of its food and for its staffing. Full review →
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. Full review →
Al Fassia is truly Moroccan – both in decor and cuisine – and specializes in dishes from the country’s culinary capital, Fes.
Many people consider Al Fassia to be Marrakesh’s very best restaurant for Moroccan food. Full review →