Restaurant Dar Essalam Marrakech Dinner Show
In the heart of the medina, where tradition and modernity merge, an authentic restaurant already has several years of perfectly preserved history, Dar Essalam, which is no longer presented. Winston Churchill, Charles Trenet, Alfred Hitchcock appreciated the refinements of Moroccan cuisine, punctuated by oriental songs and dances. Change of scenery guaranteed.
The restaurant has several rooms that adapt to demand, each with its own architectural feature and history.
The K’Dim salon is the oldest and most refined, dating from the 17th century, it is exceptional both for its high standards of Islamic art and for the richness of its ceilings and doors. It is even here where Alfred Hitchcock’s film “The Man Who Knew Too Much” was shot. The Royal room is a typically Arab-Andalusian living room, characterized by its immense dome and splendid fountain, it presents Moroccan architecture traditional. The Marjane lounge with its impressive decoration in wood, copper and traditional mosaic allows you to spend a pleasant moment of relaxation alone, with family or for a business meal, and all this in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The creation of the Bahja salon dates back to the 18th century, its charm lies in the beauty of its walls and ceilings.
Taste quality traditional Moroccan cuisine and let yourself be rocked by a marrakchi orchestra and a dance performance.
The dinner will be composed of
– Varied briouates (3 kinds)
– Pastilla with chicken and almonds
– Beef tagine with figs and walnuts
– Fruit platter
With as animation:
- Dar Essalam Orchestra
- Plateau dancer
- Belly dancer