Top ChoiceFrench in Asilah

La Perle d'Asilah

At Asilah's finest dining option, the menu leans heavily on the Gallic, mixing in Asian and Spanish influences from the Moroccan owner-chef's experience in top restaurants around the globe. Surrounds are classy,...

Top ChoiceMoroccan in Asilah

Restaurant Dar Al Maghrebia

Deserving kudos for its bargain prices, tasty dishes and atmospheric surrounds, this small restaurant off Place Mohammed V offers a selection of bastillas (savoury-sweet pies), brochettes (kebabs), briouats...

Spanish in Asilah

Casa García

Spanish-style seafood dishes are the speciality at this popular marine-themed restaurant a couple of streets back from the beach. Expect staples such as grilled sardines, seafood paella and deep-fried calamari,...

Seafood in Asilah

Restaurante Oceano Casa Pepe

This Spanish restaurant has been serving customers since 1914 and is still going strong. The original Pepe has passed away, the dimly lit interior is old-school tapas bar and the menu is overlong, but dine...

Moroccan in Asilah

Ali Baba

Popular with locals, this impeccably clean place serves fresh and tasty harira (lentil soup), tajines, shawarma (meat sliced off a spit and stuffed in a pocket of pita-type bread), plus pizza and sandwiches. Eat...

Market in Asilah

Marché Central

Asilah's small central market is a good place to source fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and spices; the row of restaurants in its front arcade serve up fresh fish at bargain prices.