The Assyl restaurant offers Moroccan cuisine, full of passion. Each of the dishes on the menu is enhanced by our chef and transports each guest on a journey that is both culinary and cultural. It is a complete Moroccan gastronomy uncovered to reveal its pure authenticity and its richness. Assyl is an Arabic name that means "noble origin", "authentic". The majestic decoration of the room and the discretion of the service reinforce the nobility of the cuisine worthy of the most beautiful Moroccan tables.
Moroccan gastronomy is a cuisine made of flavours, spices and aromas, but, above all, of passion, sharing and conviviality. À la carte, typical dishes blend with new flavours, but always with respect for the local culinary tradition and savoir-faire.
The room at the Assyl restaurant is a real marvel for the eyes. Jacques Garcia has managed to recreate the atmosphere of an Ottoman palace. Embroideries, gold leaf illuminations, carved wood, moucharaby: all of these elements of decoration were made by the best Moroccan craftsmen respecting ancestral traditions. The choice of fabrics and carpets perfectly harmonises with this setting that is decorated with Ottoman pieces from the owner’s private collection.
Bordering the edge of the majestic 80-meter long pool, the Assyl restaurant stands in the hotel's gardens: an exclusive invitation to the heart of a traditional Moroccan house
Night Parade every Tuesday and Friday: À la carte dinner with a live Andalusian musical duo, capped by a parade of one of the most beautiful collections of Arabian thoroughbreds in the Kingdom.
Live under an Oriental spell every Saturday: The Moroccan-Lebanese chef Habiba Laakbi will take you on an oriental journey with a feast made of served mezzes, a tajine buffet, a shawarma stand and other oriental specialities.
The evening is enlivened by a belly dance performance by the captivating Sabrina Sayah from 7:30pm.
Price: 700 mad/person
Closed for renovation from the 22nd of July, the Moroccan menu will be served at Le Pavillon restaurant.