jueves, 4 de julio de 2019


Moroccan cuisine is celebrated as one of the tastiest in the world. At La Sultana Marrakech, the new
lunch menu served rooftop at the La Table du Souk restaurant and the new dinner menu served in the
patio garden or rooftop at the Table de La Sultana restaurant promises to provide guests with a
tantalising discovery of Morocco’s culinary heritage and outstanding local produce, a hidden gem heart
of Marrakech.

La Sultana’s Terroir Cuisine philosophy is the belief that the flavours and ingredients are directly
attributed to the climate, geography and farming practices native to Morocco, to express a sense of
place. Honouring this philosophy, local and seasonal ingredients are sourced from a small network of
Slow Food producers, including saffron from Taliouine, salt from Zerradoun, cumin from Alnif and
Argan oil from Tensift-El Haouz, whilst fish and meat options are also carefully sourced from local-
ethical producers.

Highlights of La Sultana Marrakech’s culinary experience include botanical delights from La Sultana’s
very own organic gardens in Marrakech and sister property in Oualidia, as well as fresh breads and
pastries baked on property daily.
La Table du Souk

Located on the landscaped Bahia terrace rooftop, La Table du Souk offers views as far as the eye can
see of Marrakech’s historical monuments, the Moulay El Yazid Mosque and the snow-capped Atlas
Mountains. With traditional design aesthetics including Zellige tilework on the tables and soft green
banquettes, La Table du Souk is an oasis of calm in the heart of Marrakech, a secret place for Medina
lovers to enjoy a delicious lunch of simplicity and freshness served in an elegant and relaxed
atmosphere. Guests can choose from two menus – From the Market or Street Food:

The From the Market menu showcases the chef’s
creativity and curiosity in sourcing ethical and
seasonal products to produce to create
exceptional Moroccan dishes. Highlights include;
Red beetroot cooked in a salt crust served with
beetroot and orange soup flavoured with anise
and cinnamon; and Beef rib steak with home-
made potato puree with Argan oil.

The Street Food menu recalls Moroccan rituals
and cultural traditions, offering many light
options perfect for al-fresco dining including
seasonal Moroccan salads, tagine and grilled fish
and meats. Highlights include; cooked crust snails
in broth Babouche mode; and Speciality of the
neighbourhood charcoal grilled fish or meat.
La Table du Souk is open for lunch every day between 12h00 and
15h30 for guests and non-resident

La Table de La Sultana
Served either in the cosy surrounds of La
Sultana’s patio garden in the winter or on the
rooftop overlooking the vibrant city and snow-
capped Atlas Mountains in the summer. La Table
de La Sultana’s seasonal dinner menu celebrates
two culinary journeys – French Inspirations and
fine Moroccan Cuisine.
Menu highlights include; The Vegetable Garden
on chickpeas in hummus and pumpkin seeds; and
Filet of Turbot in Meuniere Sauce, with capers
from Safi, green asparagus and celery. An
extensive selection of French and Moroccan
wines allows guests to perfectly pair their wine
with their food.
La Table de La Sultana is open for dinner every day between 1
9h30 and 22h00 for guests and non-resident

Located in the heart of the historical medina, La Sultana is one of the most beautiful hotels in Marrakech,possibly the world. An oasis of calm, away from the bustle of the kasbah, La Sultana comprises five separate riads cleverly blended to create a home-from-home in the city. There are 28 bedrooms and suites, each with their own individual style and showcase of Moroccan craftsmanship, a heated swimming pool surrounded by palm, banana and sica trees, a restaurant serving western and local dishes, and a spa with individual hammams, treatment rooms and lounges. The breathtaking rooftop terrace has 360 degree views of Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains.

About La Sultana Oualidia
This is a very special kind of retreat, situated by a lagoon on the Atlantic coast of Morocco and halfway
between Marrakech and Casablanca airports. The lagoon is a rare ecosystem, with its sandbanks, oyster
beds and saltwater marshes. In contrast to Marrakech, the pace here is slower. Each of the 12 rooms and suites (there’s even a vast treehouse hidden among thick foliage) make the most of the views and
incredible light. They have been individually designed with bathrooms and private terraces with water
features, plants and a jacuzzi. You can relax in the infinity pool, experience the underground spa, or go
windsurfing and kayaking on the lagoon.

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