good food, pricey but you pay for the location and the views. couldn't fault it, service was good, food good, views fabulous!
Six of us went to this restaurant, which was enjoyable although very quiet. (Approximately only 12 diners on the evening we went, and 6 of those were our party). The food was good and the menu had a selection of both french and Moroccan dishes. I stuck to Moroccan and wasn't disappointed (I chose samosa followed by the chicken with... More
stumbled across this restaurant by accident and if i had seen it on trip advisor would have avoided. The restaurant has clearly been rebranded as the food and service were excellent and the staff very welcoming. Not cheap but you get what you pay for in marrakesh and this is well worth it.
I went to la Boheme on my honeymoon last june, we fancied international food and a glass of wine.. We had our wine, with ice (not sure if water was clean!!) I ordered foi grass. i ate almost half and realised it tasted odd, i started feeling a bit sick, we told the waiter who was very very lovely and... More
We ended up in La Boheme in the Jemaa el Fna when trying to find somewhere to have a glass of wine. As it turned out we had such a good time there that we booked for a meal a couple of nights later. There is music every night and sometimes a singer. There is also a dance floor indoors.... More
The balcony to this restaurant which overlooks the square and the dining room are beautiful. The staff all seemed to be very new at their job and struggled a little but also partly our fault as we don't speak a word of arabic or french. The meals were up and down. The moroccan food and desserts we had were delicious... More
Nice spot for a restaurant, with views over the main sqaure but it's down hill i'm afraid from there. From the man dressed up at the main door who walks you up the stairs and bangs his spear to annouce your arrival, to the quiche and cold tomato, meant to be gazpacheo, amuse bouche, i feel like they are trying... More
La Boheme had just opened under new management when we went there, and we had a wonderful time. We were very warmly welcomed. We were given a great table on the terrace, overlooking the square. The waiters couldn't have been more attentive. The food and wine were delicious. Then came the icing on the cake - the new owner (who... More
This place has a very French atmosphere and French idea of Arabic design. Menu only in French, but stuff speaks English. Was waiting ages for the food but it was worth it. The traditional Moroccan harira soup was delicious and spicy. Veggie couscous also very tasty and the mango sorbet is a poem of what a mango sorbet should be,... More
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