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While I am always excited to write a piece for the Disney Food Blog, this review is particularly special for me because I get to write about one of my absolute favorite restaurants: An argument could easily be made that Morocco is the most authentic and immersive World Showcase pavilion.
As a result of the restaurant being somewhat hidden at the very back of the pavilion, there is a kiosk right on the promenade where interested parties can make a reservation and look at the menu. There are always cast members at this kiosk to answer any questions people may have.
In addition to these amenities, there is a book containing pictures of most of the menu items. This same book can be found on a table outside of the entrance to Restaurant Marrakesh.
Marrakesh Sign and Menu Book Many people seem to be a bit apprehensive towards Moroccan cuisine, and for that reason it is usually possible to walk up and get a table here. My most recent trip was in late July through early August, and I had no trouble getting a table around 6 PM.
So, if you find yourself without an ADR and want to eat a table service meal, this is a fantastic option even during peak Summer crowd levels. Marrakesh Menu Cover My dining partner was unsure about Moroccan food, so we actually did stop at the promenade kiosk so he could look at the menu. While he was doing so, I struck up a conversation with one of the cast members there.
Her name was Hatya and it was only her second week in Florida. I am always curious to find out how authentic or inauthentic the menu is at restaurants serving ethnic cuisine. I was delighted to hear from her that the menu is very authentic, and that many of the items are similar to what she would eat in her hometown of Tangiers.
Hatya and I were able to sell my companion on Restaurant Marrakesh, so off we went! Atmosphere Whether you have an Advance Dining Reservation or do a walk up, I would highly encourage taking the time to casually stroll through the Morocco pavilion.
Exterior of Marrakesh It may look somewhat bland from the promenade, but as you wind through the narrow medina streets and see the gorgeous tile work, hear the sounds of a bustling marketplace with authentic Moroccan music, and smell incense, it truly feels like you are in the heart of a Moroccan city.
As you reach the back of the pavilion you will find the doorway to the restaurant. Interior Upon stepping into Restaurant Marrakesh, it is hard to not be awed by the gorgeous architecture and interior design of the room.
The ceiling features beautiful tiling, and the light fixtures are truly remarkable. Marrakesh Ceiling In the center of the room is a small stage where two musicians play authentic Moroccan music. I asked our server, and he told me that the songs played are more on the traditional side, but there are a few contemporary pieces mixed in.
There is also a small dance floor in front of the stage where a belly dancer performs every hour. The restaurant is truly a multi-sensory experience, but the piece de resistance is indeed the food.
The restaurant also has a good selection of Moroccan wines. The beer has a rich amber color that is characteristic of many lagers. If you generally enjoy American lagers e. Samuel Adamsyou will most likely enjoy Casa Beer.
Casa Beer Restaurant Marrakesh features a variety of appetizers, and my personal favorite is the appetizer combination for two.
Appetizer Combo All three of these items have very bold flavors. The salad features lettuce, olives, feta, and diced tomatoes. It is topped with a very light and tasty mustard vinaigrette dressing.
As its name suggests, the dressing does have the distinctive flavor of mustard, but it is also slightly sweet. It blends very well with the rest of the salad.
The beef brewat rolls and chicken bastilla are both lightly fried, topped with cinnamon and powdered sugar, and are made up of many layers of thin pastry. The texture of the pastry is very similar to baklava. The beef rolls feature only beef, while the chicken bastilla features diced almonds in addition to the finely minced chicken.
Both of these items have very unique flavors and textures. The cinnamon and powdered sugar creates a very unique sweet flavor, and actually creates a sensation of dryness. However, once you reach the inside of the pastry the rich taste of the very tender meat mixes with the initial flavor to create an overall savory taste.Accountant's Corner Record Keeping Review By Ronald L.
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