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Restaurant Marrakesh

Last Updated: April 2003
Restaurant Marrakesh
Copyrightę 2003 Scott Thomas Photography

My family is getting braver as we get older. A few years ago Restaurant Marrakesh would not be on our list of places to eat. On our last trip, my older daugher and her friend (both 17 years old) both accompanied me to Morocco. Restaurant Marrakesh is located towards the back of the Moroccan pavillion. We were early for our PS and took the time to admire the tile work of this World Showcase country. We even caught Genie, Aladdin and Jasmine across from the restaurant creating some Disney memories in the bazaar.

We waited about 10 minutes for our PS table to become available for our evening meal. Restaurant Marrakesh's dining area resembles a palace. Beautiful and detailed and we felt like we had just been transported across the Atlantic. Our servers were excellent and helped us decide what to order based on their descriptions of the entrees.

Flavor! This is why I love trying new ethnic foods. The different herbs and spices used by the Moroccan chefs was wonderful. I had the Royal Feast, a sampler dish of assorted Moroccan salads, Chicken Bastilla, Seafood Bastilla, Roast Lamb Meshoui, Lemon Chicken, Couscous with Seven Vegetables and Crepes Atlas. My favorite was the Roast Lamb Meshoui and the Couscous. The lamb for its exquisite flavor and the couscous for being able to soak up any juices left on my plate. There is also a Marrakesh Feast. Both feasts are excellent ways to enjoy a variety of Moroccan cuisines.

Oh, I can't leave without mentioning the show! Moroccan music wharfs throughout the dining hall further placing you in the real Restaurant Marrakesh. After a few minutes, the Belly Dancer struts out and begins performing a very tasteful dance. She will get kids from the audience to come out to dance and later an adult will be asked to give it a go. Very entertaining and great photo opportunties for the families who participate.

Priority Seatings for Lunch and Dinner for Restaurant Marrakesh can be made up to 90 days in advance.

-- Scottwdw

Dancer performing at Restaurant Marrakesh
Lovely Mideastern Music is followed by an even lovelier demonstration of Belly Dancing. Kids and even adults get a chance to try out their Belly Dancing skills during the show. Copyrightę 2003 Scott Thomas Photography

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