This is a follow up to my review of last year. January in Marrakesh can be much colder than we have previously found so we were delighted to be shown into two stunning rooms and a table in front of an open fire.
I am slightly surprised that the La Terrace by Dar Marjana doesn't have its own identity in our brand conscious age, and this is a world away from the tourist restaurant downstairs. We had a potato and onion with yoghurt amuse bouche then lamb shanks with honey and lentils, and chicken with quinoa and harissa. All were excellent although the lamb could have been served warmer on a chilly January evening. We both had the warm chocolate cake filled with chocolate sauce and served with cream and ice cream which is why we spent the next hour sat in front of the open fire unable to move. Sorry to the later diners for hogging the warmth.
We will be back again and eating on the terrace in warmer weather, but if it is chilly, we will be back in the delightful mid riad rooms. Only one slightly puzzling detail; why has the light got condoms hanging from it?
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