Enjoy fine international dining without leaving Marrakesh
A western interlude
This modern grill could be just the thing if you're seeking an alternative to traditional Moroccan food. Its affordable prices and its laid back, casual atmosphere make you feel as though you are at home. Among its French recipes: tuna tartare with cocktail sauce and diced tomatoes, fillet of hake with alioli sauce, duck confit with a green salad, a mouthwatering selection of cheeses or its star dessert, toasted brioche. Its wine and beer selection is also impressive. At midday, there is a menu between 80 and 120 dirhams while you can eat à la carte for around 200 dirhams per head. Check out the menu and its cocktails at www.lannexemarrakech.com.
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