Applauded by health professionals, Mediterranean cuisine has more to do with our eating habits. Fish, crustaceans, seafood, vegetables, fruits, legumes, olive oil, nuts, and aromatic herbs are the star foods of this diet rich in fiber, omega-3 and antioxidants. Enrich your diet with our Mediterranean recipes cooked with love in our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant.
Whether on the European, Maghrebian or Middle Eastern side, the cuisine of the Mediterranean basin reminds us of light, sunny, varied cuisine, with the good taste of olive oil and iodized accents, which is especially prepared in our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant during summer and recalls the conviviality of the holidays.
Mediterranean cuisine revolves around products common to the entire Mediterranean basin: seafood, sun vegetables, olive oil, fruit from the vine and orchard.
The Mediterranean cuisine is very varied in combines the Spanish cuisine, Italien cuisine, greek cuisine… and much more, although our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant specialty is the North African Mediterranean cuisine.
Here we are talking about the countries of Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Libya which have fairly close gastronomies. Zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables are prepared candied in olive oil or raw in salads, they garnish broths or stews of lamb, mutton or chicken.
Fish and seafood can be grilled like sardines, prepared in a tagine or come to decorate sea couscous in certain regions. The typically Mediterranean grape is dried and used in the preparation of many savory and sweet dishes that you can taste in our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant.
Very excellent Mediterranean cuisine, Moroccan gastronomy was consecrated in 2015 by Worldsim, ranking it as the 2nd gastronomic destination in the world. Due to its geographical location, it results from a multitude of influences!
It represents a culturally unique cuisine Influenced by Arab, Berber, Jewish, with Asian or sub-Saharan overtones…
There is no shortage of roots in Moroccan culinary art! As a result, there are more than a dozen dishes known beyond Moroccan borders, such as couscous or tajine. which you can taste in our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant.
Besides these 2 emblematic dishes, the richness of the Moroccan culinary heritage is present everywhere, from breakfast to dessert.
True gastronomic identity, our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant cuisine can count on centuries of know-how, transmitted from generation to generation.
In our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant, we aim to offer you rich and tasty traditional meals. Thus, at breakfast, there is baghrir, a semolina pancake, accompanied by butter, honey or fresh cheese.
In Our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant, you can opt at lunch for less well-known dishes such as the tangia marrakchie, a meat dish that cooked 7 hours. The pastilla will also keep you dry thanks to its stuffed pie. Without forgetting the traditional barbecue, a way of stewing meat.
Moroccan bread differs from region to region: it can be made from barley or corn flour.
Finally, we can recommend grills, dumplings like keftas, a Moroccan salad or a soup in the evening, like harira. which is prepared by well experienced chef in our Marrakech Mediterranean restaurant.
On the sweet side, almonds and honey are regularly featured in oriental pastries.
The baklawa and the gazelle horns are sweets more known in the West but you can also discover the sellou, the smen (kind of pancake) or the makroud.
The recipes are inherited from mothers and grandmothers, books are not necessary but this makes the oriental gastronomic heritage rich and varied, each Moroccan woman putting her personal touch in each of the recipes as we put our personal touch in our Marrakech Mediterranean Restaurant.
In Morocco, the cuisine belongs to women, except for certain dishes such as mechoui. Men tend to take care of tea and drinks in general.
Before sitting down, wash your hands and say Bismillah! and we sit at the table. The dishes are traditionally tasted with the thumb, middle finger and right index finger and therefore without the need for cutlery.
As a reminder, cooking and more specifically, the Mediterranean diet has been listed since 2010 as UNESCO intangible cultural heritage.
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