Fodor's Expert Review Dar Moha
This isn't the most stylish riad setting and service can be patchy, but it has an established reputation for nouvelle cuisine marocaine. Head to the outside tables that are arranged around a small pool and shaded by lush banana palms to try delicious adaptations of traditional dishes such as tiny melt-in-the-mouth pastilla (sweet pigeon pie) filled with a vegetable puree. Andalusian lutes and Gnaoua music accompany dinner, which is a fixed five-course tasting menu at 530 DH. Lunch is à la carte, with a limited menu for children. Alcohol is served.
81, rue Dar el Bacha
Marrakesh, Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz Morocco
- Modern Moroccan gastronomy
- Serves alcohol