Africa is known for its beautiful landscapes, rich history, diverse cultures, and amazing food. If you’re a foodie looking for a culinary adventure, escape to La Maison Arabe in Marrakesh, Morocco – a food lover’s paradise.
La Maison Arabe has been a favorite of international celebrities and dignitaries since the 1950s. It’s the first restaurant in Morocco to have a cooking school, and has been awarded the “Best Moroccan Restaurant” title multiple times.
The decor of the restaurant is traditional Moroccan – elegant, beautiful, and charming. The menu is an exciting journey that’s full of spices and flavors, and is a true representation of Moroccan cuisine.
Begin your feast with some of the restaurant’s most popular appetizers such as b’stilla – a crispy pastry filled with chicken, almonds, and eggs or Moroccan cigars – filo pastry bites filled with spiced minced lamb or cheese.
Main dishes include classic Moroccan tagines, spice-laden couscous dishes, grilled meat and fish, and savory pastries. These dishes are made with locally sourced ingredients including spices such as saffron, cumin, and cinnamon that are imported from Marrakesh’s famous spice market – Souk El Had.
La Maison Arabe’s wine cellar is impressive, boasting of a collection of 200 to 300 bottles of Moroccan, European, and international wines, and won’t disappoint even the most discerning drinker.
In addition to enjoying traditional meals, visitors can also take part in cooking classes with the restaurant’s chefs. You’ll use traditional cooking methods and ingredients to learn about the secrets of Moroccan cuisine in a fun and interactive setting.
Overall, La Maison Arabe is a place to escape to, where you can indulge in high-class dining, exotic flavors, and explore Moroccan cuisine all while enjoying a beautiful setting. It’s a food lover’s paradise that promises to be a unforgettable experience.