Travel + Leisure - India & South Asia
The streets of Marrakech brim with stalls and restaurants dishing out different flavours of Moroccan cuisine. Traditional specialities such as berkoukesh (handmade pasta with herb and tomato sauce), tride (shredded pancakes with lentils, chicken, and saffron) and tihane (offal stuffed with spiced kefta, olives, and lemons) at James Wix’s restaurant Le Trou au Mur (letrouaumur.com) are the very best of Moroccan home cooking. One of the medina’s most sought-after spots, Nomad
(nomadmarrakech.com), is a rooftop restaurant and bar with sunset views. Amal Centre, a restaurant that serves traditional Moroccan cuisine, also doubles as a social cooperative that supports and trains disadvantaged women. The Jemaa el-Fna stalls are the place to be for an evening feast of kebabs, tagines, and skewered hearts. visitmarrakech.com
Le Trou au Mur is a fine dining venue in Marrakech.