Amal Center Seriously tangy, tasty tajines and delicious Friday couscous. The best lunch in town.
Al Fassia Perennially popular and for good reason; this is how tajines are supposed to taste.
Dar Anika The intimate rooftop restaurant dishes up Moroccan specialities with a good sweet-savoury kick.
PepeNero Superb service and ambience with Moroccan-Italian dining beside a riad pool.
Catanzaro Cracking wood-fired pizzas for when you're all tajined out.
Al Fassia Hands-down the best mezze in Marrakesh, plus perfectly spiced and sweetened tajines.
Latitude 31 Contemporary twists are added to Moroccan classics.
La Maison Arabe The regal surroundings makes for a dinner with serious style-cred.
Le Tobsil Bring a hearty appetite for this five-course Moroccan dinner extravaganza.
Roti d'Or Always buzzing due to its hearty portions, felafel sandwiches and Marrakshi takes on Mexican classics.
Snack Al Bahriya Fish and chips Marrakshi-style.
Kafé Fnaque Berbère Super-friendly service and tasty tanjia on this postage-stamp-sized rooftop.
Marrakech Henna Art Cafe Good-value sandwiches and Berber omelettes to fuel your medina strolls.
Babouche Café One of the best harira soups in town.
Plats Haj Boujemaa Swoop in with the lunch crowd for sizzling brochettes.
Catanzaro Simply the best pizza in town and good value too.
I Limoni Excellent pasta dishes served up in this citrus-tree shaded courtyard.
Naranj Authentic Lebanese flavours transported to the medina.
Loft Guéliz locals lap up the Mediterranean-inspired menu here.
Beats Burger The gourmet burger craze lands in the middle of the souqs.
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Amal Center Top lunch-time destination for Moroccan home cooking, plus you're supporting a worthy cause.
Naima Family-run restaurant serving up superior couscous made fresh daily.
Hadj Mustapha The best place in town to dig into Marrakshi crock-pot speciality tanjia.
Mechoui Alley Slow-roasted lamb straight from the pit oven. Enough said.