Best Middle Eastern restaurants nearby. Discover the best Middle Eastern food in Taroudant. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Middle Eastern restaurants near you.. Enclosed by ramparts, Taroudant is the epitome of a Moroccan market town. Engage in friendly bargaining at a souk in one of the two main squares, then revive your spirit with a soak at an authentic hammam steam bath. Take a day trip to the refreshing Tioute Oasis, birdwatch at Souss Massa National Park, or enjoy an evening of Berber folk music under the stars.
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4 based on 293 reviews
Like others, we were delighted by the quality of the food--really super tasting salad-mezes of pumpkin and green beans and herbs that we dont know the names of--and a truly wonderful tajine - we had lamb without regrets. This was all followed by a pastry with nuts and custard. We had ordered a bottle of decent red wine. And all this was served in the spectacular courtyard of a beautifully restored building. We were assured that nothing leftover was going to be wasted, but even so there was simply too much food--nine large servings of the mezes, and enough meat in the tajine for four: we were but two. So not a complaint, but an observation: the price is high perhaps because there is too much food. Even the table of young men adjacent to us failed to manage more than half the meze starter.
4 based on 9 reviews
Set on the edge of the busiest part of town it was a great place to 'people watch'. A limited menu prepared & presented well, at prices that will suit the most modest of budgets is Yasmina's strenght. Couscous, grilled Turkey skewers, Tagine etc. Good portions, good coffee & beautiful juices freshly squeezed. Polite, efficient service. We ate there twice, our first visit being so pleasant. When it came to paying the bill, the menu was re-presented so we could check that all was above board. Nice touch. Starter, main, juice, coffee by two came to a staggering â¬8 in total (not including a very well deserved tip.) And for the cynical among us; the answer is no, no bad after effects in the digestion department! No Michelin stars but highly recommended.
Located in walking distance of everywhere in the town, this was a perfect place to stay to explore Taroudant. It has character and charm, a resident cat and tortoise (friendly and well behaved) and wonderful roof terrace where we sat sometimes to relax and enjoy the sun. Our room was spacious and comfortable though the water was tepid (not good in February!) Breakfast was typical - fresh orange juice then lots of bread/pancakes/cheese etc to fill you up before a day's walking. The evening meals were some of the best we have had in Morocco. I asked for fish one night and they did a delicious fish tagine with vegetables. Friendly helpful staff.
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