QUINTESSENTIALLY MOROCCO

A Traveler’s Guide: Where to Eat, Where to Shop and What to See

Where to Eat in Asiliah

Morocco Traveler’s Recommendations of the Best Places to Dine in Asiliah.

CASA GARCIA

With a Spanish vibe, typical of the north, Casa Garcia has sweeping sea views as patrons relax and enjoy the sea breeze alongside a delectable meal. With a fun, laid back atmosphere and friendly wait staff its no wonder its always busy.
Not surprising since Asilah is a seaside town, fish dishes are the specialty here. Try the paella , grilled prawn and lobster – or pretty much anything on the menu if you are after a seafood feast!

Address: 51 Rue Moulay Hassan, ben el-Mehdi

Phone: +212- 05-39-41-7

LE PERLE

For a cosmopolitan night out, head to the recently opened, chef owned, Le Perle. White clothed tables are surrounded by dark high back chairs set on a glossy wood finished floor with flowers and candles giving it a classy French feel.
Although French is the direction the menu takes, Asian and Mediterranean dishes are also carefully prepared. Diners can choose from a set menu or a la carte. Shrimp-stuffed ravioli, fried goad cheese and avocado salad are regulars on the menu for good reason. There is also a drinks menu to choose from while geusts sit back and enjoy the cuisine and ambience together.


Address: Rue Allal Ben Abd 


Phone: +212 -539 41 87 58

AL ALBA HOTEL

A surprising find in a seaside town in North Africa, the restaurant in the Al Alba hotel has a London pub style decor. A Cozy atmosphere and warm friendly staff make one feel at home with meals are served on slated with shot glasses for sides.
Dishes such as pumpkin cream with walnuts and hazelnuts and leg of lamb with fresh vegetables are prepared as well as seafood and fish choices (since it is fresh from the sea) and a few Moroccan specialties. There is a wine and beer menu to top off whatever it is your palette chooses here.

Address: Lot Nakhil, 35

Phone: 05-39-41-69-23


RESTAURANT LA PLACE

La Place restaurant is ideally situated at the north corner of the medina facing the port. The restaurant is known for its quality fish and seafood dishes and the fish and meat brochettes are highly recommended. The staff are pleasant and the service is good. Tables are available inside or on the terrace (perfect for watching the sunset).

Address: Avenue Moulay Hassan Bel Mehdi

Phone: +212-539417326

Alecia Cohen