Bridging the gap between tradition and modernity, the handcrafted decor is fit for a palace. The fine cuisine and gorgeous view are sure to please.
- With stunning decor including lace-like carved stone and sculpted plaster, the Cour des Lions, on the penthouse floor of the Palace, offers a panoramic view over the pool, the gardens and the city lights. Before dinner, enjoy a drink in the main salon or on one of the two terraces. Once you're ready, head to the dining room for a modern twist on traditional Moroccan cuisine, using only the finest ingredients. Enjoy a tagine of roast lobster with seven vegetables, or lamb shank with orange zest, followed perhaps by a fruit tagine with an almond-cream-filled pear, or a mousse with a nut crumble alongside a duo of mint jelly and granita.
- - Tataki-style scallops
- - Traditional Harira Marrakchia
- - Gourmet organic vegetables
- - Cour des Lions couscous
- - Tagine of monkfish in chermoula with peppers and tomatoes
- - Seven-hour lamb in oriental spices
- - Citrus fruits, orange macaroons, grapefruit cup and financier cookies
- - Milk and orange blossom pastilla
The Es Saadi Advantage
You will be dazzled by the thousand and one luxurious details in the Palace's fine dining restaurant, including lace-like stonework and a panoramic view of the eight-hectare parc with the Atlas Mountains in the background.