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Marrakech

We go in july to Marrakech and stay a few days in the Medina, someone has some good adresses to hang out for lunch or dinner ?

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1. Re: Marrakech

Mechoui Alley (lunchtime only) has underground ovens slow cooking whole lambs. You can eat on the spot (basic) or take away, see tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g293734-…

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Marrakech, Morocco
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2. Re: Marrakech

I certainly second the suggestion of Meshwi alley (alternative spelling as is so often the case here!) For more upmarket (and licensed for alcohol) you could try Cafe Arabe on Rue Mouassine to the north of Djemma al Fna, the main square. There are many snack bars, cafe/restaurants and up market restaurants within the medina - you will be spoiled for choice! Welcome to the Marakech forum Wingstrans.

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Marrakech, Morocco
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5. Re: Marrakech

all depends how much you want to spend, if you look at the reviews on here then the best rated places in the Medina are the likes of Maison MK and Pepe Nero but they are not cheap!

Don't forget to eat something at the evening food stalls in the main square Jma El Fna - it is an experience worth doing for first timers.

Personally I think the better places for food in Marrakech are to be found in Gueliz (the New Town) rather than the Medina.

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Obviously, laods of food stalls are conspicuously crammed at the Square of Jemaa El Fna, go to number 1 at Lalla Fatima. You might think of restaurants overlooking the Square, Le Marrakchi is the only restaurants serving Alcohol. Chez Chegrouni offers meals with VERY reasonable prices. Upmarket restaurants are also scattered along the Medina, the Ville Nouvelle or even at the Palmeraie. Riad Kniza restaurant has an excellent reputation, Cafe Arab provides unique ambiance.

Make a thourough research over here

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The cafe des espice or the terrace des espice is a must... For evenings il limone is a quirky delightful restaurant and the heritage spa is worthy of anyone's money for Hamman and massage :)

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