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Bringing the colourful flair of Marrakech to the Hall Green area, when you step inside this charming little restaurant on Stratford Road you’ll find it hard to believe that you’re still in Birmingham and not Marrakech with the traditional decor and authentic cuisine on offer. Serving up tagine, couscous, brochette and other classic dishes, for a taste of North Africa book a table at Marrakech Restaurant, located only a few minutes away from Hall Green station.
Decorated with lanterns, Moroccan tapestry cushions and terracotta walls, Marrakech Restaurant provides diners with an authentic North African experience in Birmingham’s Hall Green area. With Mediterranean, Arabic and Berber influences, Moroccan cuisine is known for its diversity and abundance of spices, flavours and aromas. On the menu at Marrakech Restaurant you’ll find an array of traditional dishes, we recommend starting with some harira (a homemade vegetable soup) or the Marrakech trio (a combination of grilled merguez, chicken wings and kofta skewers served alongside salad and a mint yogurt sauce).
Tagine is Morocco's most famous dish and at Marrakech Restaurant you’ll find a variety of options, from meaty choices like the tajine Casablanca with tender pieces of lamb, potato, green peas, ginger, saffron and mixed herbs, to the hearty tagine rachidia with tomatoes, peppers and courgettes stuffed with rice, mixed herbs and melted cheese. End your meal at Marrakech Restaurant on Stratford Road in Birmingham’s Hall Green with some baklava and Moroccan mint tea.
We went to this restaurant on a Groupon voucher and it was one of the nicest meals I had had out for a while. The choice was excellent (even with the voucher) and the quality and flavour was excellent. Our waitress was also lovely and very accommodating. If I lived closer I would be a regular
we had an excellent meal with friendly service - it was quiet when we visited but the decor is nice and there must be a good atmosphere at weekends - it is not licensed so we brought our own wine - look forward to returning
Exquisite tasting food and both knowledgeable and pleasant serving staff. Highly recommended...particularly the lamb tagine zakora (at least this is what I think it was called, containing prunes and apricots) - scrumptious!!