One of the great pleasure of travelling is the chance to try exciting foreign foods.
Morocco has a long and eventful history. Over the centuries it has been enriched by afascinating blend of Arab, Berber, Middle Eastern, Moorish, Iberian, Mediterranean, African and Jewish cultures, from which has evolved a cuisine that is uniquely Moroccan.
We invite you to choose from the following menu, which we hope will give you an introduction to the best food Morocco has to offer ...
A combination of tomatoes, tuna, potatoes, green beans, fresh pepper, hard boiled eggs, olives, and anchovies dressed with our famous Anika sauce on the side.
A simple combination of lettuce, toasted bread, topped with slices of grilled chicken breast, dressed with our famous Anika sauce on the side.
A selection of 4 small crispy pastries, stuffed with delicately spiced minced meat, chicken, cheese and vegetables. Very Moorish.
A selection of 4 small crispy pastries, filled with vegetables, cheese, carrots and zucchini, and spinach.
A typical Moroccan harira, rich and nourishing, and traditionally served during Ramadan after a day of fasting. Based on vegetables, with lentils, other pulses, and small noodles.
A tasty veloute of fresh vegetables, slightly spiced, reflecting the flavours of the Moroccan countryside, served with our homemade bread roll.
Specially selected young fillet of beef marinated and grilled, served with couscous and seasonal vegetables. Succulent and tender. (Delicately flavored Anika gravy sauce on the side).
Tender Pieces of marinated grilled chicken served with couscous and seasonal vegetables.
Delicious marinated fillets of daily fresh monk fish, grilled with pepper and served with fresh vegetables. (Please note we have limited quantity to maintain freshness).
Delicious fillets of daily fresh monk fish, cooked in a mixture of spices with olive oil, coriander, cumin, paprika, pepper, salt, garlic and finely chopped tomatoes, finished with a splash of lemon juice, and served with potatoes, fresh pepper and carrots. (Please note we have limited quantity to maintain freshness).
A famous Moroccan dish which features saffron chicken, hidden within a dome of steamed vermicelli. The vermicelli are sweetened with raisins and butter, and decorated with ground fried almonds, cinnamon and sprinkled with sugar glaze.
A rustic dish traditionally eaten by the hill people of the Atlas and the Tuaregs from the desert. A delicious dish to rival the most sophisticated tajines, comprised of soft and crunchy vegetables. You will get all the aromatic flavors of Morocco in this dish.
A fresh and sophisticated dessert, light crisp pastry layered with a silky textured filling of cream scented with orange blossom.
An orange salad, with orange blossom, cinnamon and sugar glaze. Perfect simplicity.
Pan fried pears with salted caramel sauce.
A selection of seasonal fruits, natural, sweetened, or topped with fresh cream.