Restaurants

Top Choice Moroccan in Almería

Tetería Almedina

For a break from tapas, this welcoming little tearoom-restaurant is the answer. Hidden away in a backstreet below the Alcazaba, it serves a reassuring menu of homestyle Moroccan staples – think tagines, tabbouleh, c…
Moroccan in Granada

Arrayanes

The Albayzín quarter is the place to sample Moroccan food, and this well-known restaurant has a reputation as one of the neighbourhood's best. Ceramic tiles, ornate lattice-work arches and crimson seats set the stag…
Moroccan in Northern & Eastern Valencia

Balansiya

This restaurant in a student neighbourhood near the university is worth seeking out. Elegantly decorated in Moroccan style, it's a warmly welcoming spot serving a wide range of dishes, including excellent sweets. Th…
Moroccan in Tverskoy & Novoslobodsky

Cafe Tajine

With a reputation as a bohemian hang-out, this place specialises in modern Moroccan cuisine. Prominently on the menu are four types of tajine (slow-cooked stew with meat and vegetables) and numerous meze snacks. Wor…
Moroccan in Bairro Alto, Chiado & Cais do Sodré

Flor da Laranja

Casablanca native Rabea Esserghini runs a one-woman show at the wonderful Flor da Laranja. Service is slow, but the cosy North African ambience and delicious Moroccan cuisine more than make up for it. Top picks incl…
Moroccan in Málaga

Al Yamal

Moroccan restaurants aren't as ubiquitous in Málaga as they are in Granada, but, in the heart of the now trendy Soho district, this family-run place serves the authentic stuff, including tagines, couscous, hummus an…
Moroccan in The West End

Momo

Overflowing with cushions and lamps, and staffed by tambourine-playing waiters, this atmospheric Moroccan restaurant has warm service and dishes as exciting as you dare to be. After the mezze, eschew the traditional…
Moroccan in Reims

Le Riad

Morocco's rich colours and flavours make Le Riad a winner. On the menu are well-spiced specialities like harira soup with lemon and dates, fragrant salads, crisp pastilla (pigeon pie) and hearty tagines (casseroles …
Moroccan in Grafton Street & Around

El Bahia

Dark and sultry, this upstairs Moroccan restaurant looks a little like how we imagine a desert harem might. There are some rather fetching geometric designs on the ceilings and walls, and the gimme-gimme food includ…
Moroccan in Le Marais, Ménilmontant & Belleville

Le Tagine

Moroccan wines, including a fruity Amazigh Beni M'Tir red and dry Guerrouane Gris rosé, accompany delicious tagines (such as chicken and duck with honey and raisins or lamb with lemon and olives), nine types of cous…