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Restaurant Marrakesh

Restaurant Marrakesh is a decadantly decorated place. The traditional Morrocan dishes are served in surroundings full of gold leaf and fringes. Take time to enjoy your meal while watching belly dancers or the band Mo'Rockin (no, not a very good name for a band).

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: At the far back end of the Morocco Pavilion.
  • Date Opened:
  • Seating: Indoor tables
  • Service Type: Table service
  • Children's Meals: Kefta, chicken tenders, pasta and meatballs
  • Vegetarian Options: Vegetable couscous
  • Annual Pass Discount: 10% off lunch only, Monday-Friday; no discount on alcoholic beverages.
  • Reservations: Online or call (407) 939-3463 up to 180 days before your visit.
 
Menu Information - Hide Section

Menu as of April 2012

Appetizers [Lunch and Dinner]

Harira Soup - Traditional hearty soup flavored with tomatoes, lentils, and lamb. $5.99
Beef Brewat Rolls - Baked layers of thin pastry stuffed with seasoned minced beef, eggs, fried and sprinkled with powdered sugar and cinnamon. $7.99
Chicken Bastilla - Baked layers of thin pastry stuffed with minced chicken and almonds, sprinkled with cinnamon and powdered sugar. $8.99
Seafood Bastilla - Baked layers of thin pastry stuffed with grouper, shrimp, mushroom, vermicelli, onions, and egg. $9.99
Assorted Moroccan Salads for Two - $13.99
Goat Cheese with Crispy Bread for Two - Mixture of cheese and kalamata olives. Red pepper sauce and balsamic vinegar reduction. $13.99
Combination Appetizer for Two - Beef brewat rolls, chicken bastilla, and Jasmina's salad. $15.95

Lunch Entrees

Roast Lamb Meshoui - Lamb shank braised in natural juice served with roasted eggplant purée, zucchini, and tomatoes. $18.99
Shish Kebab - Grilled tenderloin of beef with roasted rosemary potatoes and vegetable medley. $18.99
Chicken Kebabs - Brochettes of chicken breast with olive salad and dried fruit sweet couscous. $16.99
North Atlantic Salmon - Pan seared salmon with mushrooms, tomato concassee, garlic parlsey oil, and hummus. $21.99
Sultan's Sampler - Grilled brochette of either beef or chicken, served with beef brewat and chicken bastilla, served with vegetable couscous. $21.99
Lemon Chicken - Braised half chicken seasoned with garlic, green olives, and preserved lemon. $17.99

Lunch Couscous

The national Moroccan dish - rolled semolina, steamed and served with seasonal vegetables.

Beef Couscous - $18.99
Chicken Couscous - $17.99
Vegetable Couscous - $14.99
Couscous with Lamb Shank - Delicious lamb shank slow cooked and served over couscous. $19.99

Dinner Entrees

Shish Kebab - Grilled tenderloin of beef with roasted rosemary potatoes and vegetable medley. $28.99
Chicken Kebabs - Brochettes of chicken breast with olive salad and dried fruit sweet couscous. $24.99
Roast Lamb Meshoui - Lamb shank braised in natural juice served with roasted eggplant purée, zucchini, and tomatoes. $27.99
Mogador Fish Tagine - Marinated fish with olives, lemon confit, potatoes, green peppers, and chermula sauce. $27.99
Lemon Chicken - Braised half chicken seasoned with garlic, green olives, and preserved lemon. $25.99

Dinner Couscous

The national Moroccan dish - rolled semolina steamed and served with seasonal vegetables.

Beef Couscous - $27.99
Chicken Couscous - $26.99
Vegetable Couscous - $20.99
Couscous with Lamb Shank - Delicious lamb shank slow cooked and served over couscous. $27.99
Couscous M' Rouzia - Braised beef served with prunes, balsamic vinegar, honey, sesame seeds, and eggs. $28.99


Mickey's Child Deals

Served with carrot sticks, applesauce, and choice of 1% milk, apple juice, or bottled water. French fries and soft drinks available on request.

Child's Kefta - Hamburger served on a bun with tomatoes and lettuce. $7.99
Chicken Tenders - $7.99
Moroccan Pasta with Meatballs - served in tomato sauce. $7.99


Desserts

Moroccan Symphony - Assorted Moroccan baklavas. $6.99
Bastilla - Crispy leaves of pastry topped with vanilla cream and sprinkled with toasted almonds. For one $7.99; For two $8.99
Marrakesh Delight - Fresh fruit salad topped with mint ice cream, toasted almonds, and orange blossom water. $5.99


Specialty Drinks

Available in a souvenir glass for an additional $2.99

Marrakesh Express - Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, topped with dark rum. $8.99
Casablanca Sunset - Apricot brandy, orange juice, cranberry juice, topped with peach schnapps. $8.99
Sahara Splash - Vodka, cranberry juice, midori, splash of soda. $8.99
Berber Passion - Non-acoholic peach daiquiri, creme de coco and orange juice. $4.99
Tangier's Breeze - Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with midori. $8.99
Moroccan Beer - $6.50

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Average Reviewer Rating: 3.2 out of 53.2 out of 53.2 out of 53.2 out of 53.2 out of 5
Number of Restaurant Marrakesh Reviews: 15
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   October 3rd 2010
Reviewer: Vegitabeta England     October 11, 2010
I thought i would write a review for Marrakesh since it's been a while since anyone wrote one.

We made last minute reservations here about a couple hours before we planned to eat. There were 3 of us, 2 of us had eaten here before. We were lucky enough to get a table directly in front of the stage area (good view of the belly dancer). Our server came along promptly and was very friendly, and our food turn up quite fast. I had the chicken cous cous which was really nice, and there was a lot of it, which I could not finish! The server took a slight turn for the worse when my friend asked for his dessert without almonds and he totally did not listen, since he came back 2 minutes later with the dessert, covered in almonds. The atmosphere here is not as good as some other pavillions, about average, as is the price, considering that the portions are large. I would say eat here at least once, as the food is very nice.
 
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2.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.0   August 22-27 2009
Reviewer: tinkinparis Hartford, CT     February 02, 2010
I ate alone at Restaurant Marrakesh because noone else in my party wanted to try it and being a French teacher, I was eager to try the food. I was on the free dining plan and therefore was able to order an an entree and dessert. My reservation was for 7:00 on a Saturday night. I checked in promptly at 7:00 and was seated immediately the second row of tables in from the performance courtyard. The waitstaff was exceptional, courteous and always checking on you. The ambiance itself was pretty lively and many families surrounded me, which surprised me because my nephepw (5 years old) would'nt touch most of the food. I settled on the Chicken cous cous and paid on my own for a glass of red wine with my meal. I was extremely disappointed that the chicken was bland and tasted like it was boiled for a soup. There was no salt or spice whatsoever in the entire dish. The cous cous didn't taste any better than that I can make from a box. For dessert I opted for the thin fried crepe like dessert that had cinammon on it and was floating in creme anglaise and almonds. This too was bland and I would've prefered just the creme and almonds. I wanted a different culinary experience and just didn't get it. However, if you like bland food and are looking for a relaxing atmosphere than I would give it a shot. As for value, I would not have paid for this meal.
 
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1.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.0   December, 2007
Reviewer: Stonewife     June 23, 2009
I was really disappointed with this restaurant!

My first trip to this restaurant was in April, 1999. The service was friendly and attentive, the belly dancer was entertaining, and the chicken bastilla was FABULOUS!!!! I still remember it ten years later.

So fast forward to 2007....

I had the bastilla and it was HORRIBLE... dry and tasteless... it was like they were being cheap and didn't add the usual saffron, cinnamon, and other herbs.... This was such a letdown because the thing I wanted the most out of the whole trip was the chicken bastilla. I don't remember what else I had but both my husband and I agreed the whole experience was mediocre.

Sry for the late posting, but I finally got my own mouse planet username!
 
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