In true Moroccan style, the restaurant’s series of moody rooms, arches and alcoves combine to create an ambience akin to a traditional home in Marrakesh. The tobacco-coloured walls have been hand polished and wax plastered in the Moroccan tradition of Tadelakt. Lanterns, rugs and artefacts have been specially procured from around the region. And the food is simply magical. Open for dinner only.
Located in The Palace
Dinner: 7.00pm to 1.00am
In respect of local culture and tradition, the evening dining dress code is casual yet elegant. No sleeveless t-shirts, shorts or plastic flip flops. Long trousers only.
Please note that Dubai Municipality fees has been reduced from 10% to 7% as of July 1, 2018 and such will be reflected on your respective Restaurant and Bar invoice.