In Morocco guests are considered holy and serving them is a blessing. Restaurant Salama Saint Tropez is the perfect spot to experience true Moroccan hospitality and cuisine. Let the enchanting gardens and atriums encompassed by greenery, transport you to the lands of Marrakech.
On the lookout for a restaurant that offers a true Moroccan experience in Saint Tropez? Salama provides an absolutely gorgeous dining experience. After relocating to the heart of the famous Villa Romana, the restaurant is reminiscent of the Maghreb. The brainchild of Frederique and Fabrice, Salama Saint Tropez is a place where traditional meets modern. Immerse yourself in the ways of the Middle East by gazing at the unique decorations and ornaments brought straight from the Marrakech markets. Even the crockery is made by true Marrakech artisans! The candlelight acts as the perfect backdrop for a romantic evening.
Refined and Discreet; the Perfect Hot-Spot.
Salama Saint Tropez is the perfect place for those going for the ‘Arabian Nights’ theme. Not only is the service impeccable but you can also watch your very own chef prepare the famous ‘Couscous’. It is a Berber dish that is a staple throughout Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. Besides, it was brought to France by the immigrants. The Tajines and Pastilla au lait for dessert is a must! The wine selection is amazing and the restaurant is vegan friendly as well. Bon appétit!
The rustic mud interior, the vined walls, and domed pathways are very exotic and magical. You have to make a reservation a day before to get a table though! The house cocktails are delicious, a fusion of Moroccan and the West. Go for the Salama Temptation while waiting for your table!
Salama Saint Tropez Carries You to the Shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
The restaurant is a must-visit whenever you’re in St Tropez. Hidden in a narrow street, away from all the crowd it is easy to overlook. But surely a true gem when stumbled upon! A new universe just a few steps from the Place des Lices in St-Tropez! A journey of aromas and flavors from the edge of St-Tropez to the heart of the Orient.
Photo Courtesy: website Salama Saint Tropez