Fodor's Expert Review Le Marocain
Years after being destroyed by Hurricane Irma, the old Marrakech is back with the same ownership but a new name, Le Marocain. The decor transports you straight to Morocco as you dine on fragrant, authentic Moroccan classics in a romantic space with an open garden and a new rooftop. The couscous and tagines are spiced well and delivered in Moroccan serving plates by the affable and professional staff. The mixed appetizers (meze) are delectable, and the royal couscous and the lamb with prunes tagine are justly popular. Ask for their nightly specials. Lounge in the tented rooftop after dinner and be entertained by belly dancers on Friday. The restaurant is on Marigot's main road across from the stadium.
169 rue de Hollande
Marigot, n/a St. Martin St. Martin
- Affable staff
- Tagine and couscous
- Rooftop lounge