Fodor's Expert Review Amal Women's Association Restaurant

$ Gueliz and Hivernage Moroccan

This pretty little restaurant-cum-social project near the public hospital ticks all the boxes: great food, great prices, great ethics, great service. A nonprofit center established the restaurant to help women from troubled backgrounds learn culinary skills to earn an independent living. The result is this friendly, brightly furnished restaurant and garden terrace, which attracts locals and expats for its excellent Moroccan and international dishes. Try the seffa au poulet, a delicious sweet-and-savory dish of chicken with vermicelli and cinnamon. No alcohol, but lots of freshly squeezed juices are served. During Ramadan, the restaurant is only open for the traditional l'ftour meal at the break of fast; non-Muslims are welcome.

Moroccan Casual Lunch $ Family

Quick Facts

Av. Ben Ahmed and Rue Ibn Sina
Marrakesh, Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz  Morocco

0524-44–68–96

Known For:
  • Great value
  • Community ethics
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No dinner, Closed daytime during Ramadan

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