From this point onward, forget everything you have heard or read about driving through the Tizi N’Tichka Pass from Marrakech to the desert. Here’s the truth about driving through the Pass based on my first hand experience.
Walk down a rabbit hole of dark alleys and step into a dark entrance were you are greeted by a beautiful candle lit courtyard surrounded by orange pillars, intricate archways, a rose petal fountain and candle lit tables. Dar Cherifa offers a local and romantic dinner in the oldest riad in Marrakech.
Looking for a change up from traditional Moroccan cuisine? Head to Cafe Arabe for Italo-Moroccan fusion and enjoy the sunset over the city with your significant other or a group of friends in the heart of it all, in the center of the medina.
I am sure people you have found yourself wondering..what makes a trip to Marrakech so special? Is the it the architecture, the history, the medina? Truthfully, it is none of the above. What makes Marrakech one of a kind is it’s vibrant and rich dining scene.
Squeeze down a long narrow alley and you’ll find yourself at Café Clock. If you’re a foodie or adventurous eater, than I’m sure you’ve heard of it, as it is renowned for its world famous Camel Burgers.
When in the culinary hotbed of Morocco–Fès–one can’t help, but indulge in a private culinary class. We spent 3 hours on a Sunday in Fès learning all the ins and outs of traditional Moroccan cuisine with Mina from Riad Anata.
Experience the tranquility and sensuality of exotic Fès mixed with a gourmet twist. Nestled away in a dark alley deep in the Fès Medina lies Dar Roumana. A very small Riad with limited seating, the Riad makes for a highly intimate and romantic experience alongside a traditional meal with a gourmet edge.
The oldest Moroccan imperial city, Fès, has been hiding behind the shadows of big cities like Marrakech and Casablanca. Little do people know that there is a new wave of restored luxury Riads and innovative food scenes complementing the city’s local culture.
A tranquil oasis nestled in a Pasha’s old palace with an Andalusian-inspired garden. European and Moroccan fusion food with a twist, Fez Café is one of Fès’ more modern takes on Moroccan cuisine.