We were walking from our hotel (Riad Samsli) and noted the sign advertising "Epic Mohitos" and went in to check out the menu. During the day it is a cooking school run by an Australian expatriate and her Moroccan husband and at night it is a small, quaint restaurant with "Epic Mohitos" and wonderful Moroccan food in quantities that defy consumption of it all. More like eating in someone's house than in a restaurant (and they do live there).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This wonderful culinary destination is somewhere glorious to holiday and celebrate fooding. Sumptuous accommodation in this chic riad, is offered exclusively, to guests booking a culinary stay. Then there are the fabulous gourmet road trips, all the way to the desert, where along the way, you will picnic in hidden gorges, stay in kasbahs, cook in a tribal desert outpost, beyond the end of the road, close to the Algerian border, later, riding camels to camp beside dunes, in a private camp, cooking dinner over stones. Fusion and traditional cooking classes are held in the riad and a traditional over coals class can be had in a remote High Atlas village, 90 minutes from Marrakech and a tribal desert outpost as part of a road trip. Gourmet picnics along the Tizn Test, dinner parties and celebrations. Everything we do is far off the tourist trail and glorious beyond words. All holidays are planned to feel personal and absolutely extraordinary. ... more less
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