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“The service is fantastic, the food is delicious”

Restaurant of La Maison Arabe
Ranked #24 of 929 Restaurants in Marrakech
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $30 - $60
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Good for: Romantic, Local cuisine, Special occasions, Business meetings
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Lunch, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Our new restaurant, “Les Trois Saveurs”, which offers a choice of French, inventive Moroccan or Asian-inspired dishes. Our head chef, Didier Levy, was previously in charge of the kitchen at “Le Pavillon”, considered for many years the best French restaurant in Marrakech. Didier has a passion for seafood, which is bought fresh to the hotel from the coastal towns of Oualidia and Essaouira.The handmade teardrop-shaped lanterns at “Les Trois Saveurs” were specially designed for La Maison Arabe by Yahya Rouach; his workshop is producing the most refined metalwork in Morocco today.
Reviewed January 11, 2013

This restaurant is located inside the hotel and its simply amazing. We had an aperitif before our meal and the bartender was exceptional, very friendly, very knowledgeable just as a bar tender should be. He remembered our first names, he kept on doing non alcoholic juices and offering to prepare those with any choice of alcohol that we wanted, this is a great subtle upsell that was very welcoming. The restaurant is located inside the Medina at the end of an alley, it has tables around the pool at the inner courtyard, like many other tourist restaurants in the area. The F&B manager came to introduce himself which was very nice and he went to say goodbye to everyone who was dining at their departure. The service overall in fantastic. I had the chicken tangine and it was OK, but the fish dish that my friend asked for was delicious!! Expect to spend around 500 dirham for a 2 course meal.

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Reviewed January 8, 2013

Perfect setting, outside on the terrace next to the pool and in the garden area. Quite what I thought a dining experience at a Moroccan riad would be. First dinner as delicious: spicy carrot soup, crab salad flavored with Argan oil, Moroccan version of duck l'orange, and the prawns, finished with the crepes Suzette. Highlight was when the waiter gave us jalabiyas to wear because our heat lamp wasn't working; that was dining in style!

Our second dinner here was our last night in Morocco and it didn't disappoint. Traditional moroccan salads (eggplant, sweet peppers, potato, lentils, a sweet potato like chutney, mini phyllo dough spinach pastries), monkfish tagine, and Creme brûlée for dessert.

Wines are quite good as well, and the service is impeccable.

Breakfast should not be missed. Stuffed Moroccan bread is the star (it's made by hand and to order by a woman who sits pool side, and you can watch her at work!), but the yogurt is the true surprise. Great fresh squeezed juice and pastries as well.

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Reviewed January 7, 2013

One enters the main dining room through a low arch, a typical touch that encourages visitors to bow in respect for the hospitality they're about to receive. The varieties of tagine are all excellent, though the servers are sometimes unclear. The outside restaurant, beside the pool, is more casual and we found the service there remarkably warm. The buffet breakfast has the usual western contents but also figs, dates, nuts and made-to-order omelettes -- and the best yogurt we've ever tasted.

Thank Jack R
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Reviewed January 7, 2013

La Maison Arabe is a cozy and very attractive place to visit. I had the pleasure to have the most amazing New Year's dinner at their restaurant. Both food and service were excellent. A variety of food was served throughout the night and the staff was absolutely incredible. The live music was a true highlight of the night!

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Thank Ninelly C
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Reviewed January 6, 2013

Tucked away in a little alley (helpfully marked by a large sign on the wall nearby!) is the gorgeous La Maison Arabe, both the restaurant and hotel have received excellent reviews on Tripadvisor and were recommended in our guide book.

Unfortunately without a reservation, we weren't able to get a table in either of the restaurants, but we did have a very comfy sofa in the corner of the fabulous 1930′s style Piano Bar.

We were given a free cocktail and some nibbles while we chose what we wanted to drink (that is a service I could get used to)

For starters we opted for Lebanese Mezze and a selection of broquettes – both of these were delicious and came with excellent dips.

My hubbie chose a Lemon Chicken Tajine for his main course, whilst I opted for lamb couscous with almonds. The portions are rather large, which meant that not only could we not finish our dinner, but we also weren’t able to even glance at the dessert menu.

We went for a fantastic Moroccan wine during dinner – dry, crisp with lots of pear, which worked really well with both of our meals.

There is live music in the bar, via the pianist, but only between 8pm and 9.30pm, which doesn’t seem very long at all and is a real shame as although not the greatest singer, he was very good at playing the piano.

The real selling point of La Maison Arabe is the ambience, although the food and drinks are very nice, it is really rather expensive for Marrakech (although you do tend to pay a little extra if the restaurant has an alcohol license, our meal (with drinks) came to 1,020 dirham (€110/£95)).

Yes you can get tastier and cheaper food elsewhere, but you’d be hard pushed to find somewhere as nice as La Maison Arabe.

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