Alléno Marrakech at the Royal Mansour
Since 2010, Alléno Marrakech has been offering modernity through two culinary universes: a French and a Moroccan one.
On both sides of the blue patio, La Grande Table Française and La Grande Table Marocaine unveil their very unique, modern gastronomy.
The blue antechamber paved with Brazilian marble (assembled and polished by local artisans though) offers the opportunity to spend a great moment for the aperitif, out of noise and sight thanks to the large curtains set embroidered with real pearls and nearby the thin mosaics fountain. The rustle of water, the birds' song and the candle light atmosphere all together serve to perfectly embody the most renowned oriental tale.
Grande Table Française
This gastronomic restaurant offers Yannick Alléno’s modern cuisine. Synonymous of a starred excellence and the French genius for the art of living, Alléno Marrakech is a delicate French enclave in this generous Moroccan universe.
Creative and extremely refined, the menu sums up the chef’s work around sauces and terroir in the respect of local raw products. Created according to the seasons with exceptional Moroccan products - the nearby coasts' seabass and turbot, the Dakhla bay blue lobster, the Moroccan black truffle, vegetables from the Royal Mansour garden or the veal from the domains -, the dishes are still typically French.
With “L’Experience”, the ultimate taylor-made menu, the chef suggests to create a completely personalized gourmet tour for his guest; after a real exchange with the maître d’hôtel on one’s preferences and desires, the menu is designed “à la minute”.
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Grande Table Marocaine
Famous as a key reference when it comes to Moroccan gastronomy, Alléno Marrakech au Royal Mansour offers the gustative richness of the ancestral well-known Moroccan cuisine through the sincere and modern vision of a French three-starred chef.
The menu is the result of a long and rigorous work of research and a full understanding of the local traditions, ancestral know-how and singular resources of this wonderful cuisine.
It includes what we could first define as ritual recipes and popular products even if they are nothing alike the original thoughts: raw products are restyled, textures are transcended, simplicity is honoured, flavors are refined and sauces are lightened.
As a perfect combination of tradition and innovation, the guests are able to rediscover the four seasons of this generous and colourful cuisine that has been guiding Moroccan eating habits for centuries. The restaurant invites its guests to an emotional moment, with a ritualized service.
Alléno Marrakech au Royal Mansour Marrakech
Rue Abou Abbas El Sebti - Marrakech 40000, Maroc
La Grande Table Française
From 7.30pm to 11pm (from Tuesday to Sunday)
La Grande Table Marocaine
From 7.30pm to 11pm (opened every day)