Our favorite addresses: Our selection of the best restaurants in Marrakech

With its vibrant colors and memorable scents, Marrakech, the gateway to the Sahara, engages all your senses in a split second! Whether you call it Marrakech, the Red City, or the Pearl of the Southern Coast, one thing is certain: there’s no shortage of great spots in Morocco’s tourist capital, so here’s a selection of the best restaurants in Marrakech to explore Moroccan cuisine on your next corporate trip.


  • La Maison Arabe: An invitation to travel through time

One of the first gourmet restaurants in the Ochre City, offering fine, subtle, and extremely delicate cuisine, La Maison Arabe takes us on a journey from the peaks of Moroccan refinement to the most exquisite international flavors, a world of culinary delights in a luxurious haven of peace that perfectly reflects the elegance and prestige of Moroccan art de vivre… Our favorite: Beef Tagine with quinces


  • Al Fassia: Just like home

From the kitchen to the service, for 35 years this traditional restaurant has boasted an all-female team that is attentive and warm, offering a genuine immersion into Moroccan culture. Seated around a table in a typical Moroccan lounge, the traditional dishes are homely and straightforward. Al Fassia is a benchmark in the culinary landscape of Marrakech. Our favorite: Steam-cooked lamb shoulder


  • The Garden: An oasis in the heart of the medina

Nestled in a 17th-century Riad renovated in 50 shades of green manifested in zelliges and a verdant patio. A restaurant that transports you to an atmosphere of calm and coolness, making you forget the hustle and bustle of the souks. This oasis, considered one of the best restaurants in Marrakech, offers a fusion cuisine between Moroccan tradition and international modernity that will delight your palate. Our favorite: Chicken Pastilla with cherries and sour sauce


  • L’Ô à la bouche: The restaurant that truly lives up to its name

In a gourmet bistro in the heart of Gueliz, the Michelin-starred Alsatian chef Hervé Paulus prepares seasonally respectful cuisine with taste as his motto, refined dishes cooked with great precision, an incredible explosion of flavors for the taste buds in a setting that is both modern and refined. Our favorite: Vegan celeriac ravioli with lobster


  • Le Plus61: The Australian spot

A simple, generous, and relaxed cuisine that reflects the great cultural diversity of Australia, combined with the vibrant flavors of the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and Asia, making +61 one of the best restaurants in Marrakech. A dining room with a seventies spirit, adorned with touches of old rose and light green, designed and characterized by bespoke simplicity, it’s the perfect retreat from the city’s bustle. Our favorite: Burrata with roasted peppers and olives.