Great atmosphere, very welcoming. Very generous set menu, just go with the flow, and great entertainment.
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Full Moroccan meal in an exotic setting, with the Hostess, Kenza, making you feel like a welcome guest. Everything was great. Perhaps a bit pricey for Marrakech, but worth every penny. The pigeon pastilla was amazing, and the dessert, a crunchy pastry with a milky...More
It was a thrill to walk into this riad. Such a wonderful traditional room and meal. Service was excellent and the lady of the house was very welcoming. She even showed us up to the roof terrace where there is also a modern French Moroccan...More
We visited Dar Marjana in Aug 2017 , we arrived in the busy medina and were met by the restaurant staff who escorted us through a dark alleyway into a beautiful Riad. The Riad was built in the 1860's and had ornate dining rooms with...More
While realizing this restaurant would be touristy we decided to try it since it was close to our hotel. Surprisingly good food, service + they had belly dancers and musicians. There was a set menu which limited choices but the quality of the food was...More
We loved this place! The food was great. The musicians were very talented and the belly dancer really added charm to an already great dinning experience. We met some wonderful people while sharing this experience. We would definitely return.
If you can only go to one riad restaurant, this is the one to go to. From the moment we got out of car and followed the man with the lantern down the tunnel, to the moment we stepped into the house, to the moment...More
We enjoyed our meal and there was an element of choice. The service was good and the entertainment very good and amusing, both the musicians and the dancer, although if belly dancing is not your thing maybe you shouldn't go here. The owner ( or...More
We were planning to go to another restaurant, but friends in Marrakesh recommended Dar Marjana to us. We took a taxi there and found a restaurant employee waiting for us in a traditional Jellaba with a lantern. We followed him through a short narrow street...More
The food was exceptional. Lamb fell of the bone and the portions were very generous. The owner was there to mingle with guests and pay remarkable attention to detail. The live Moroccan music (two bands) and the belly dancing were very enjoyable. The best part...More