With extravagant arabesque doors, Dar Marrakech serves stunning Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine. The family-run restaurant in Stratford is spread over 2 floors, with a selection ranging from tagines to their renowned cous cous. The traditional interior is covered with small trinkets and striking lanterns and guests are invited to bring their own wine. The tranquil walled-garden is spotted with mosaic-topped tables and shisha pipes.
Venue Details & Map
403 High Street,StratfordStratford,West HamLondonE15 4QZ
- +44 20 8221 0113
The decor is nice. I ordered the arayes which was not nice. I also has a chicken skewers which was ok but it had some gross marmalade thing with it that was not at all pleasant. But the rest of it was nice.more
Browsing through restaurants in nearby Stratford on the Tastecard app, I found Dar Marrakech, and having never really done Moroccan/Lebanese grub before, decided to give it a shot.
Entering through the ornate (and also pretty heavy) doors, I was bowled over by the decor. No plain white walls or identikit furnishings here - the team have managed to create a fabulous Moroccan atmosphere with...more
I love this place. It's beautifully designed, dishes are well presented and the flavours are on point! I grew up among north Africans and terribly miss that unique feeling that surrounds the food, it's conviviality, the tea and dessert after the mains and Dar Marrakech had succeed in recreating that. Everything I've ever tasted on the menu left me full and satisfied but if I had to choose,...more
Had a fantastic date here! Lovely ambience with lots of space to relax and get comfy on sofa-style seating. The portions were far too big, and gave us the feeling of being at a lush feast, with lots of different bowls and samplers. I partic loved the spicy potatoes and the baba ganoush. The service was a little slow but I think they realised we were having some romantic moments and so were...more
Love this place! I've been here a few times now and pretty much enjoyed everything I've eaten here.
There is a good selection of food, both Moroccan and Lebanese and I can recommend the lamb tagine, cous cous and anything meaty... Delicious! The lentil soup is also a winner for my other half! You must try the mint tea - it's delicious and having been to Morocco, I can say it's certainly...more