Nomad presents a “Modern Moroccan” based on simplicity, fresh local produce and spice, offering recipes of traditional local and international dishes with a Moroccan twist, and sufficient variety for vegetarians, pescetarians, and carnivores alike.
Ideally located just off the Rahba Lakdima spice square in the heart of the Medina, the restaurant has been designed to evoke an aura of the late 1950s to early 60s, simultaneously unpretentious yet chic. It is a perfect place for both lunch and dinner, or simply rest from the hustle and bustle of the souks with a much-needed drink.
On the ground floor are Chabi Chic and the restaurant’s open kitchen. Up the stairs is the reception area and intimate dinning rooms, and above two levels of terraces offer fantastic views of the spice square, the woman’s square, and the Kotoubia.
The restaurant Nomad presents a “modern Moroccan” menu inspired by local products and spices, with an emphasis on freshness and simplicity. Its traditional cuisine, revisited with international specialties, offers a very varied selection for vegetarians and pesctarians, as well as for carnivores.
Ideally located in Rahba Lakdima (the spice square), in the very heart of the medina of Marrakech, the interior design, chic and unpretentious, place it seems to exist since the late 1950s when the beginning of 60s. It is the ideal place for lunch and / or dinner, and at any time of the day to cool off from the unrelenting back and forth of the souks.
At the street level are the boutique Chabi Chic and the open kitchen of the restaurant. Follow the stairs until the reception of the restaurant invites you to discover intimate dining rooms. Then above, the two levels of terraces offer a marvelous view of the place of the spices, the place of the women, the Koutoubia, and the chain of the Atlas visible from November to May.