Marrakesh Travel Guide

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Royal Mansour

  • Rue Abou Abbas el Sebti Map It
  • Medina
  • Moroccan

Known for

  • The finest Moroccan cuisine
  • Exclusive and elaborate setting
  • Strict dress code

Published 03/20/2009

Fodor's Review

The prestigious Royal Mansour, led by the Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno, is home to four restaurants: La Grande Table Marocaine, La Grande Table Francaise, La Table, and Le Jardin. La Grande Table Marocaine serves classic Moroccan dishes with a modern twist, while La Grande Table Francaise is a lavish all-white romantic affair with a French menu and specially crafted tableware that compliments the food's artistry. La Table is the place for a classically elegant Afternoon Tea, but if you're looking for a day-long culinary splurge, the magnificent poolside setting of Le Jardin can not be beat–-think international cuisine–inspired dishes that evolve as the day progresses. Alcohol is served, a strict dress code is in effect, and reservations are essential.

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Rue Abou Abbas el Sebti, Marrakesh, Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz, Morocco

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Published 03/20/2009


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