Moroccan Restaurant

At the heart of earthen-walled Amanjena lies a courtyard restaurant dedicated to the diverse country of Morocco and its richly influenced food – a blend of Berber, Andalusian and Mediterranean cuisines, fused across the ages. With caramel-coloured walls and candle-lit tables, The Moroccan Restaurant  evokes the atmosphere of the Medina in an authentic homespun setting, enlivened by local musicians, who set the soundtrack to evening meals beside the central fountain. 

Delicately spiced tajines, decorated with almonds, prunes and apricots, make up the mainstay of the menu, along with other Moroccan dishes, such as briouate puff pastries and slow-cooked mechoui lamb. Guests can also order from an Italian menu by Aman’s signature restaurant, Arva.  


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Souk-inspired flavours 

In Marrakech’s Medina, saffron, ginger, and turmeric embody culinary traditions from the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara and the Berber community. At the Moroccan Restaurant, rich strands weave into clay-cooked couscous and aromatic tajines, capturing the Red City's rounded flavors with fragrant notes of cardamom, cinnamon, and cumin each night.

Music, the food of love

Trio Andalou, a local ensemble of musicians dressed in white and crowned in crimson-coloured fez, entertain beside the low glow of flickering lantern light with an oud guitar, derbouka hand drum and traditional violin, blending the culinary with the cultural as stars stud the sky. 

Menus to meet all tastes

One restaurant with two menus - feast on the flavours of Italy with a full selection of dishes also offered from Aman’s signature Italian restaurant, Arva, including crispy calamari, Sorrento-style gnocchi, homemade lobster ravioli and tenderloin beef fillet. 

Monday to Sunday: 7pm – 11pm

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Restaurants are open to Aman guests and non-residents (subject to availability).