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Le Foundouk since 2002

Restaurant in the souks of Marrakesh
Historic district – historic building
DRINKS - DINER - COCKTAIL BAR
Moroccan and international menus
Onpened from tuesday to sunday – from 7 PM to midnight
Panoramic terrace overlooking the Medina of Marrakesh
Air conditioned room
To come in taxi ask the Mokef, to come on foot ask the Museum of Marrakesh.

Foundouk : equivalent of the caravanserai of the East, it consisted of multifunction buildings. It served as a hotel for people passing and their mounts when located next to the main entrance gates of the city. It was also used as a warehouse for commercial or industrial use when it is near the souks.
This one very old was completely restored in 2000.

The Rooftop restaurant Le Foundouk,
in the heart of the historic and authentic Marrakesh

The Restaurant Le Foundouk is part of the “world’s best sky-high and rooftop restaurants" according to CNN 2016.

After the effervescence of the medina and souks of Marrakesh, the rooftop restaurant Le foundouk asserts itself as the best place to enjoy Moroccan or international cuisine with an outstanding view above Marrakesh.

Relaxed and trendy atmosphere, sumptuous view, the rooftop restaurant is a unique place! You fall immediately in love with this balmy and peaceful roof terrace. Marrakesh, the red city, extends out of sight with its many markets, gardens, palaces and mosques.

After sunset, the atmosphere is just magic, ideal for a romantic dinner. The terrace is softly lit by candles and recreates an atmosphere worthy of the Arabian Nights. A unique moment in a place which looks like any other.

Moreover, the word magic stays on all the lips.

Last news

Once upon a time...
At the head of the restaurant Le Foundouk, Frédéric Velissariou enjoys the long way gone

Press review

« World's best sky-high and rooftop restaurants- Le Foundouk, Marrakesh

A charming terrace above Marrakesh's frenetic medina, Le Foundouk serves its take on Moroccan classics (beef fillet tagine, seafood pastilla) on a candle-lit rooftop overlooking the old town.

It can be hard to find, but lantern-bearing staff are on hand at the nearby taxi drop-off to guide diners to the restaurant.

Haute cuisine:
Two Moroccan classics -- a rich, slightly sweet and fragrant lamb and apricot tagine, and fluffy couscous studded with vegetables.

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article from CNN - June 2016
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