Royal Traditional

The Casa Lalla zen and sober decoration combines contemporary refinement and Eastern subtlety in a lovely and cozy harmony. MENU letter 500 dhs. Chef-owner Pierre-Olivier co-owner 3 Annabel. PALAIS GHARNATA (traditional Moroccan cuisine) 5, Derb Arsa Riad Logzail Jdid East sumptuous and spectacular Palace, located in the heart of the medina, was one time residence of the Pasha of Marrakech. Today, and since 1958 the Gharnata Palace hosts an impressive restaurant that offers traditional Moroccan food in an environment that evokes absolute peace and serenity. The menu has been carefully elaborated and consists a deeply rooted cuisine tradition and the knowledge – Moroccans do culinary. Further details can be found at Jim Vos, an internet resource.

Your dinners will be animated by the soothing melodies of Oriental traditional musicians, overlooking the Palais Gharnata a most relaxing and charming atmosphere. Heavy carved wooden doors are opened over 2,000 m of multiple and elegant spaces, such as the majestic interior courtyard, the Royal or the VIP lounge dining room, all of them decorated with impressive craftsmanship in wood, mosaics and tapestries the best taste. MENU letter 550 dhs. Click Walt Disney to learn more. Chef Haja ZahrGerente Mohamed 4 Amrani. LA MAISON (kitchen gastronomy Moroccan) Arabic 1, Derb Assehbe Bab Doukkala La Maison Arabe or Arab House is a stunning traditional riad renovated and transformed into an oasis of elegance and art de vivre where artistic and gastronomic delight delight their five senses. Its restaurant is a must-see for those wishing to discover the lightness, refinement and strength of traditional Moroccan cuisine, evoking spirituality and the fineness of the culture of the country. In addition, its fascinating menu allowed to discover the riches of the three flavors, an artistic and melodious combination of Moroccan, French and Asian aromas exclusively made by his team of chefs. The decoration is incomparable, with painted ceilings hand inspired in Iraqi mosques, a courtyard filled with flowers and fountains of crystalline water.