No menu, no bar, no restaurant but also no ‘no.’
Meals among all our Maisons des Rêves are curated for you from 450 gourmet recipes created by the likes of Frédérick Grasser-Hermé, Philippe Conticini, Frédéric Eyrier, Cédric Nieuvarts and Thierry Alix, with desserts by the incomparable Pierre Hermé. Each dish has a story to tell.
Dining is private at every meal. Each venue along the Route du Sud has been thoughtfully selected for dramatic impression like you picnic lunch served alongside the natural basalt archway that curves acrobatically over Legzira Beach and into cerulean Atlantic waters and the strategically placed dining table atop a 12th century agadir built by Berber tribesmen. At the Nomad Camps, those first rays of morning sun illuminate breakfasts while dinners are served under a canopy of stars.
In residence at Dar Ahlam, you might be collected from the lounge after a cocktail and led through in darkness through this 19th century fortress to a lavish dinner table for two, lit by 100 candles. Following a guided nature walk among abandoned Kasbahs tattooed with Berber motifs, you may be whisked by SUV to a secret celadon hued lake and surprised with a Moroccan salads and chicken skewers served as you recline on Berber cushions and carpets shaded by canvas cover.