Eating in Marrakech

Here are some of our recommendations for other places we like to eat.

Note the last word in each is the name of the neighborhood where you’ll find the restaurants.

La Creperie De Marrakech

Rue du Capitaine Arrigui, Gueleiz

You’ll find an assortment of sweet and savory crepes in a fun atmosphere here.

Cafe Glacier L’Opera

Avenue Mohamed VI, Hivernage

We like this spot for breakfast.

Amal Center

Rue Allal ben Ahmed, Gueleiz

Amal is only open until 4 pm for lunch daily. It has a rotating menu and is extremely affordable.

a group of people sitting at a table with food
Cafe Clock

Derb Chatouka, Kasbah

This is not only a restaurant but a cross-cultural center. Join them for free performances throughout the week. 

L’Atelier Cuisine

8 Rue Oued El Makhazine, Gueliz

A new find and favorite of mine (Amanda). If you want something that’s not Moroccan but a very good seasonal, homecooked meal you’ll love it. 

Ksar Essaoussan 

3 rue Essaoussan, Medina 

Make reservations but this is a great spot for a delicious Moroccan dinner like you’d eat in someone’s home. 

La Cuisine de Mona

Residence Mamoune 5 n 115B |Quartier El Ghoul, Cite Olm

This is a very small restaurant serving a great array of Lebanese dishes, all fresh and all amazing. Try the chicken wings and falafel – Amanda’s favorites!

Djem al Fna Stalls

Stall 93 for grilled foods and Stall 14

We’re usually not big fans of the food stalls but if you want the experience we recommend these two stalls.

Cafe 16 

Place du 16 Novembre; Gueleiz

For breakfast, lunch or dinner this cafe has a seasonal menu with different food. I recommend their salads which are a nice departure from meat heavy meals.

Mes’Lalla 

at The Mandarin Oriental Route de Royal Golf

This upscale dining venue provides classic Moroccan dishes with a twist. The flavors are authentic and the all Moroccan kitchen staff really know how to prepare elegant, delicious meals.