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8 expert recommendations
In typical Marrakesh fashion, the food at Le Tobsil just keeps on coming, course after course after course. But far from being a test of endurance, the experience is more like unwrapping...
The reputation of this luxurious restaurant in the heart of the medina usually means that it is full to the brim with discerning diners, so making a reservation in advance is an absolute must.
The traditional Moroccan fixed menu, featuring not one but two tagines (first poultry, then lamb) followed by couscous, not to mention starter and dessert, is wheeled out in serious style. Full review →
Buried deep in the medina, this riad is lauded for its waistline-expanding diffa (feast) of vegetarian meze, flaky pastillas, tagines, couscous, fruit, and pastries. Full review →
Le Tobsil is considered by many to be the best restaurant in town. Seating is in a candlelit courtyard or upper gallery. Full review →
In this intimate riad near Bab Ksour, 50 guests max indulge in button-popping, five-course Moroccan menus with aperitifs and wine pairings. Full review →
The Moroccan cuisine is sumptuous at this intimate riad, which is considered by many to be the finest restaurant in town.
Owner Christine Rio offers a prix fixe feast of Moroccan dishes, including moist pastilla (pigeon pie), lamb or chicken tagine (stew), couscous, and dessert. Full review →