Discover Restaurants offering the best Moroccan food in Agadir, Souss-Massa-Draa Region, Morocco. Soak up the sun on the well-maintained beaches of Agadir, southern Morocco's most-visited city. Palm-lined boulevards and beachfront bars add a decidedly Western-resort feel, amplified by the large number of Europeans who flock here in the winter months. It’s all about laid-back relaxation in Agadir, so ride a camel, rent a beach buggy, check out the Suq al-Had market or take the 20-minute walk up to the ruins of the Agadir Kasbah for expansive city views if you’re taking a break from the beach.
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4 based on 138 reviews
After reading all the wonderful reviews below my husband and I decided to go to this restaurant on our recent visit to Agadir.We arrived at the restaurant at about 8.30pm and it was very quiet with only one other table already occupied by a family of six, the waiter saw us and gestured for us to take a seat at a table which we did. It then took 20 minutes for him to come and ask us if we would like to order a drink and give us the menu. We ordered bottled water and our food choices straight away, it then took another 25 minutes before our drinks were brought to the table (they actually came with the food). 45 minutes to be served a drink in a quiet restaurant is not acceptable.Three other tables were occupied during the time it took for our drinks to arrive and all waited roughly the same amount of time for service too.The food itself was pleasant, with both of us trying a different beef dish.We tried to get the waiters attention to ask for the bill but after 10 minutes my husband had to go and find him. We then waited another 20 minutes for the bill to arrive because the original family of 6 seemed to be disputing their bill and it took ALL of the members of staff to deal with them.Although the food itself was nice, it certainly wasn't worth all the waiting around for some service. Maybe we visited on a bad night but the staff certainly need to be much more attentive.Le Staff du Riviet vous remercie pour votre visite. Et en mon nom personnel et au nom du reste de l'Ã©quipe, je vous prÃ©sente nos sincÃ¨res excuses Ã cause du dÃ©sagrÃ©ment causÃ©. Je ne vous contredis pas mais je crois que vous avez Ã©tÃ© un peu trop sÃ©vÃ¨re envers notre Ã©tablissement, et l'Ã©quipe Ã©tait Ã votre portÃ©e tout proche, il suffisait juste de les relancer. Quand mÃªme attendre 45 min avant qu'on ne vous serve c'est trop exagÃ©rÃ© !! Ceci Ã©tant, je ne dÃ©fends pas mon Ã©quipe mais c'est la premiÃ¨re fois qu'on est malmenÃ© de la sorte et pour cette raison, car je dÃ©duis de ce qui prÃ©cÃ¨de c'est que vous n'Ãªtes pas venu apprÃ©cier nos plats autant que vous Ãªtes venus pour critiquer l'ensemble et vous remonter nÃ©gativement tout en vous rendant vous mÃªme mal Ã l'aise !! Encore une fois nos sincÃ¨res excuses et j'espÃ¨re que vous allez nous revenir pour essayer de nous rattraper en vous allÃ©geant de votre sentiment ressenti dans notre Ã©tablissement qui n'existe que pour vous servir tout en essayant de vous faire plaisir et vous soulager de votre dÃ©convenance. Mes amitiÃ©s
4 based on 622 reviews
open for almost 40 years, "Mimi la Brochette" is the oldest restaurant in Agadir. Mimi & his team have always been able to surpass themselves to remain an address essential, nice, original and for all the purses, all on the marvelous beach of fine sand. a
What a wonderful place this really is staff so friendly and food was excellent. Had a sea food platter my good I have never tasted such beautiful food misses had pepper steak same again absolutely beautiful got given free cocktails aswell credit to agadir well done to all staff xxx
4 based on 454 reviews
Probably the best restaurant in Agadir. Restaurant is within a small boutique hotel and is open to non residents for lunch , dinner and drinks. Very elegant, dimly lit in evenings. Impossibly romantic. Lovely smell of roses pervades before the foodie smells take over. Menu is mixed french/ moroccan, international. High quality freshest ingredients. Menu is largely driven by best produce available seasonally. Menu not huge but sufficient choice availbale. Some lovely wines too. Service top quality. A lovely dining experience
4 based on 708 reviews
The promenade has lots of restaurants along the promenade, but the two that we visited were both overpriced and disappointing. We found the Daffy restaurant about a fifteen minute walk from there the next day. Nice place on a quiet street with both outside and inside tables. The Royal couscous (a variety of meats and vegetables) was very tasty with a lovely sauce and caramelized onions with raisins as possible garnish to the dish. The restaurant does not serve alcoholic beverages. Service was friendly and efficient. The food here was less expensive than the restaurants along the promenade, while the cuisine was far superior. Would have liked to sample it more than once, as they also offer tajines, pastillas, and fish. Our party of seven was unanimously impressed.
4 based on 1035 reviews
Cocktails, dinner, live music,gastro,poisson,fish,marocain- full evening in Le Jardin d'Eau Atmosphere Bodeguita and Happy Hour: beer pressure, DJ, tapas and cocktails. Cozy atmosphere : a restaurant between French and Oriental flavors. Lounge atmosphere
We booked this after checking out trip advisor for recommendations for one of our final night meals. Beautiful staff, so friendly, who decorated our table with petals when we turned up to eat. The food was fantastic French/Morrocan/ seafood vibe all fresh and organic and local produce, and you could really taste that from previous dinning experiences here. The decoration of the place was WOW andto top it off they had a singer on after 8 which was fun.Thanks guys we LOVED IT.Richard & Anles
4 based on 90 reviews
Delicious, friendly, not expensive Moroccan cuisine... some of the best in Agadir actually... Do not be in a rush though... Dial down to Moroccan time. Enjoy!
4 based on 909 reviews
My partner loved his seafood and chicken paella. We originally received the wrong order however it was quickly cleared up.I ordered the vegetarian pizza and it was really delicious.We also ordered the dessert - the chocolate fondant and the chocolate profiteroles. Both were to die for. Best desert weâve had in a long time.
4 based on 283 reviews
Babakoul, Tamraght's little restaurant shop, km 14 on the road from Agadir to Essaouira is online! Babakoul, his terrace with three fruit trees, his berber pancakes and his fresh juices, opens his shop of accessories, furniture and objects of craftsmen. A
The stuff would give foreign free jus but for me as a moroccan I got nothing, I was with italian and spanish friends and they gave it to them but left me there with nothing which is very rude, I don't care about something free or about a jus but this is like so rude how is that even normal. Definitly not going back.
4 based on 1187 reviews
A busy restaurant along the promenade. Not expensive but food was delicious. Our party had Tbone steak, mixed grill and salad. Waiter was friendly and chatty, quickly served, but never felt rushed. Food was amazing. Had a good night here, highly recimnended
4 based on 1566 reviews
I have never been this ashamed. From afar, my reviews on this website may seem "harsh" but as a owner of a resturant myself, and studying cooking for several years, I found this food digusting. The staff were okay, but did not serve me as well as they should've. They weren't very friendly or welcoming. I personally wouldn't go here again. I hope you try to be better.Dear Customer ,We are very sorry for this bad experience. Your rating shows the degree of your dissatisfaction and we are very surprised to know that. 95 percent of our customers are very satisfied.It would be advisable for you to give more details to the tripadvisor members to know if you have visited our restaurant or another one ???Cordially.
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