Fodor's Expert Review Le Marrakchi
With zellij walls, painted cedar ceilings, and white tile floors, this old palace serves up reliable Moroccan cuisine to mostly a non-Moroccan clientele. You can choose from the à la carte menu or one of the set menus, which begin at 280 DH. However, it's the views over Djemâa el Fna's nightly 'circus' that are the main draw; reserve in advance for a table on the top floor with a panoramic view of the square. Indoors there's a floor show with belly dancers thrown in (nightly around 9 pm). Service can be surly, and prices are rather high, but alcohol is served.
52, rue des Banques
Marrakesh, Marrakesh-Safi Morocco
- <PRO>belly dancers</PRO>
- <PRO>dining with a view of Djemâa el Fna</PRO>