Courtesy La Mamounia
Food in Marrakech just keeps getting better, and even the Moroccan wines are getting so good that French expats are bringing them back to Provence. You’ll likely want to eat breakfast in your room and lunch by the pool at your hotel, but plan ahead for dinner. Few people eat on the early side—as tourists and residents alike indulge in siestas—so reserve on the late side or be prepared to dine alone. In keeping with Muslim traditions, alcohol is not available at the restaurants within the souk. For an abbreviated list of restaurants, read Top Tables Marrakech.