Marco: Rabat's great table

Marco: Rabat's great table

Marco's menu brilliantly shows that Moroccan cuisine knows how to reinvent itself away from its traditional dishes.

Its location alone — on the banks of the Bouregreg River, opposite the new marina and its beautiful yachts and sailboats — reveals this restaurant's bias, which is to reinvent Moroccan cuisine. Kandil is the chef in command of this culinary journey through contemporary Morocco. He has left nothing to chance and works every taste and texture to bring a dish to an extreme degree of refinement.

Rabat is primarily a fishing port, so fish are in the spotlight, such as sole, tuna, and swordfish. The chef's specialty though is bream. Depending on the season, each one is prepared in a special way and accompanied with vegetables from an organic-market gardener in Salé. Enjoy all these dishes for lunch or dinner in a seaside atmosphere that is as chic as the dishes themselves.

2, Avenue de Fès
11000 Rabat

+212 (0) 537 889 660

Menu: around 280 MAD