La Grande Table Marocaine


Emblematic Moroccan cuisine for serious gourmands

La Grande Table Marocaine

On the Pass

Karim Ben Baba

Pastry Chef

Jean Lachenal

Why so grand? Before the Royal Mansour, Moroccan fine dining rarely stretched beyond much-loved but ubiquitous fare – the same cooked salads, tagines and couscous you’d find anywhere, albeit in a spectacularly lavish setting. Then came La Grande Table Marocaine, where executive chef Karim Ben Baba and his team reimagined Moroccan food as we know, taking it to a level that won it the accolade of The Best Restaurant in Morocco in 2023.

What’s the inspiration? Since the restaurant's opening in 2008, the team spend part of each year scouring the country in search of historic courtly cuisine and traditional home cooking to update a menu that showcases both the country’s culinary heritage and its future. Combining the finesse of French cooking with visionary daring, traditional dishes become more extraordinary at La Grande Table Marocaine. Every Friday at lunch, the country’s most representative dishes are celebrated, like an assortment of couscous salads served in Royal Mansur style.

Typical dishes: Elevated fare such as Tangier-style royal sea bream with Jerusalem artichoke and soft fennel infused with saffron or a rich milk cream pastilla for dessert served with stewed apple and caramelised dried fruits.

The overall experience? A sumptuous gastronomic adventure that takes you from the Mediterranean coast to the sands of the desert, across the Atlas Mountains and deep into the heart of Morocco, with service and surrounds that will make you feel like royalty.


Royal Mansour, Rue Abou Abbas El Sebti Royal Mansour Marrakech, 40000, Morocco

+212 52980-8282 Visit La Grande Table Marocaine's Website