This restaurant couldn’t have had a more appropriate name. It is an oasis in the middle of the chaos of the medina. And so, this Moroccan restaurant is a place of quiet, green trees, and delicious food in the loud maze of streets.
The peaceful yet trending spot
The frame around this restaurant is a 16th-century building with shiny white walls and strong columns. Also, Anne Favier is the interior designer who worked on Le Jardin Marrakech. She merged Moroccan architecture with a lush garden, a reminder of European chic style. This secluded destination feels anything but isolated. Hence, when you enter through the unassuming door, you feel free, thanks to the trees, the palms, and the flowers.
Merging Morocco and Europe at Le Jardin Marrakech
The European chic and the elegant Moroccan personalities merge in the kitchen. The menu offers a delicious mix of traditional dishes and Western delicacies. Also, this place offers couscous, tajines, and the traditional brochettes (aka kebabs).
Vegetarians can enjoy one of the many salads while kids will have a field trip with sandwiches and fries. In one dessert, Morocco and Europe merge again. It’s the “date pudding, caramel with ras et Hanout and vanilla ice cream”. The English pudding combines with the spicy flavor of the ras et Hanout, a mix of cardamom, cumin, and cinnamon -among many others.
This trendy spot is perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and for an afternoon break. Also, it’s the place to enjoy local teas, a refreshing milkshake, or a mocktail. Moreover, if you need a pause from the Moroccan sun, you can try the Frozen Virgin Watermelon Margarita. If the evening is chill, you can sip the hot apple juice with spices.
Le Jardin Marrakech is an oasis, a luxurious restaurant, a place of peace. Therefore, it offers a breath of fresh and delicious air in the labyrinth of the medina. This place is a must visit if you happen to be in this amazing city.
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