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Restaurant south terrace

Restaurant south terrace

Restaurant with dining & lounge

Restaurant with dining & lounge

View from Restaurant terrace

View from Restaurant terrace

Gardens & Restaurant south terrace

Gardens & Restaurant south terrace

Southern garden terraces

Southern garden terraces

Restaurant le Grand Atlas
Moroccan couscous

Moroccan couscous

Sample three course menu

Sample three course menu

Le Grand Atlas Restaurant

Le Grand Atlas Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner to both guests and non-residents (pre-booking advised). Our kitchen use fresh, seasonal produce sourced from our own gardens and local suppliers. The chef offers a variety of Moroccan and Mediterranean themed specialities with the accent firmly on wonderfully flavoured, healthy and colourful dishes.

We cater for vegetarians and are happy to adjust our dishes for those with special dietary requirements.

Moroccan food is not “hot” to taste but is subtly spiced with ginger, cumin, saffron, paprika, cinnamon, garlic, coriander & parsley.

Moroccan dishes include: tajines (slow-cooked meat and/or vegetables named after the conical earthenware pot in which the dish is cooked); couscous (thrice-steamed, fine semolina served with vegetables & meat or poultry); charcoal grills; soups; and delicious salads (using tasty & colourful fresh vegetables).

Please see sample Dinner Menu.

Le Grand Atlas Restaurant

Gardens & Restaurant south terrace
Southern garden terraces
Restaurant le Grand Atlas
Moroccan couscous
Sample three course menu

Le Grand Atlas Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner to both guests and non-residents (pre-booking advised). Our kitchen use fresh, seasonal produce sourced from our own gardens and local suppliers. The chef offers a variety of Moroccan and Mediterranean themed specialities with the accent firmly on wonderfully flavoured, healthy and colourful dishes.

We cater for vegetarians and are happy to adjust our dishes for those with special dietary requirements.

Moroccan food is not “hot” to taste but is subtly spiced with ginger, cumin, saffron, paprika, cinnamon, garlic, coriander & parsley.

Moroccan dishes include: tajines (slow-cooked meat and/or vegetables named after the conical earthenware pot in which the dish is cooked); couscous (thrice-steamed, fine semolina served with vegetables & meat or poultry); charcoal grills; soups; and delicious salads (using tasty & colourful fresh vegetables).

Please see sample Dinner Menu.