Sephardic & Kosher cuisine has been interwoven throughout Morocco for centuries. Sephardic cuisine tells the story of the Spanish Jewish community from its roots in ancient Spain through the community’s expulsion in 1492 and subsequent global diaspora. Visiting Morocco offers a golden opportunity for Jewish travelers to discover the vibrance of Moroccan Jewish Heritage and dine at the Top 10 Moroccan Kosher Restaurants. Kosher fare can be shared with locals from the Jewish community at Casablanca’s lively Kosher Club, at a Kosher Bakery or the Sabbath spent at a private Marrakech home. From Kosher sushi to bagels, Morocco offers a wide array of both Glatt Kosher and Kosher options.
Kosher caterers and specialty chefs who cook for Moroccan Kosher restaurants are bound to enliven your palette with a wide array of Sephardic and traditional Moroccan flavors. By choosing to dine at the Top 10 Morocco Kosher Restaurants travelers are guaranteed a unique, Moroccan-Jewish cultural experience.
When you travel to Morocco on a comprehensive Morocco Jewish Heritage Tour this presents the perfect opportunity to explore local, Moroccan Kosher cuisine at some of Morocco’s Best Kosher restaurants.
Top 10 Morocco Kosher Restaurants
1. Cercle de L’Union, Casablanca
4. Bagel Bar, Casablanca
5. Madame Fhal Bakery, Casablanca
The word ‘babka’ means grandmother, referring to the grandmothers on Shabbat who made this out of the leftover challah. “
Centre Ibn Mimoun is well appointed in the Vile Nouvelle (new town) in Fes. It is within walking distance of the Simon Levy Synagogue and the Jnan Palace Hotel. This is the only Kosher restaurant in Fes, open primarily on Shabbat. Kosher fare is available to dine in or take away upon request. Arrangements for take away for Shabbat must be made in advance.
Sephardic Jewish cuisine is an assortment of cooking traditions that developed among the Sephardi Jews, which dates back to the Spanish Inquisition of 1492.
7. Wasabi, Asian Restaurant, Marrakech
Wasabi is Marrakech’s first Kosher Asian Restaurant. Certified by the Chabad, this chic and cozy dining establishment serves a wide range of delicious Asian Cuisine. From sushi and skewers to stir fries and more, Wasabi is the place to go.
8. Dar Ima, Marrakech
What people say….I never imagined to have such amazing Kosher food in Morocco!!