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The best of Moroccan cuisine at Riad Enchanté

Updated: Mar 23, 2023

Moroccan cuisine is an explosion of flavors, colors, and textures that will leave any food lover enchanted. Marrakech is known for its vibrant food culture, where local markets are filled with colorful spices, fresh vegetables, and succulent meat.


But, where to go to experience the best of Moroccan cuisine? Look no further than the luxury boutique hotel, Riad Enchanté. This hidden gem offers a three-course-dinner for just 20 Euro per person for its hotel guests, served on its rooftop terrace with a magnificent view of Marrakech's landmark Koutoubia and the Atlas Mountains in the background.


Start your meal with Harira, a classic Moroccan soup made with lentils, chickpeas, and spices such as cumin, paprika, and cinnamon. The hearty soup is often eaten during Ramadan to break the fast, but it's also a popular dish year-round.


Next, indulge in a savory Tagine dish, a traditional Moroccan stew cooked in a clay pot with meat or vegetables, and spices such as saffron, ginger, and turmeric. Vegetarians can enjoy a Tagine with an array of vegetables, such as potatoes, carrots, and zucchini.


To finish off your meal, treat yourself to a plate of Moroccan pastries, such as the classic honey-soaked pastry, Chebakia or the almond-filled Briouat. These sweet delicacies are the perfect end to a perfect meal.


Riad Enchanté not only offers an exceptional dining experience but also gives guests the opportunity to learn the art of Moroccan cuisine with its cooking classes. In these classes, guests can learn how to prepare Moroccan dishes from scratch, under the guidance of the hotel's talented chefs.


Whether you're a food lover or simply looking to experience the rich culture of Marrakech, Riad Enchanté offers an authentic Moroccan dining experience that will leave you enchanted. Book your stay at Riad Enchanté and treat yourself to an unforgettable meal on their rooftop terrace with the best view in Marrakech.


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