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Traditional Moroccan dinner in the heart of Marrakech

Enjoy a delicious traditional meal in the heart of Marrakech and discover why the rich blend of spices and flavours, so frequently used, has given Moroccan cuisine such status on a global scale. Located in the ancient medina and a stone’s throw away from the spectacular Djemaa El Fna square, this dinner at an authentic Arabian establishment will both awaken your taste buds and allow you to experience the local culture as singers, musicians and belly dancers entertain you as you eat.

After being collected from your hotel lobby, take your time to admire your breathtaking surroundings and tuck into a delicious starter of typical Moroccan salads and briwats, triangular shaped appetizers with a variety of fillings. The mouthwatering main course is the typical dish “kefta tagine”, succulent meatballs served with a spicy tomato and egg sauce and accompanied by seven different types of vegetable. A dessert of fresh seasonal fruits and tea with Moroccan pastries is the ideal way to round off a delicious evening.

The night is not solely dedicated to the food either, the most talented local performers will entertain you as you dine with a mix of Andalusian guitar music, singing and belly dancing. Live the true Moroccan cultural experience with this evening that combines the best of the local food and culture, all taking place in a traditional Arabic setting. Enjoy a delicious traditional meal in the heart of Marrakech and discover why the rich blend of spices and flavours, so frequently used, has given Moroccan cuisine such status on a global scale. Located in the ancient medina and a stone’s throw away from the spectacular Djemaa El Fna square, this dinner at an authentic Arabian establishment will both awaken your taste buds and allow you to experience the local culture as singers, musicians and belly dancers entertain you as you eat. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel.

Duration: Three and-a-half hours.

Start/opening time: At 7.30pm.

Languages: English and French.