Friendly Moroccan cooking classes in the elegant surroundings of Restaurant Riad Monceau Marrakech, promoter of the famous MarrakChef Trophy
The elegant and highly exclusive surroundings of Restaurant Riad Monceau provide a perfect setting for friendly Moroccan cooking classes affording enthusiasts – beginners as well as advanced – a chance to discover the secrets of some of the best Moroccan cuisine recipes in a professional but also genuinely relaxed and pleasant atmosphere.
Led by Rachida Sahnoune, chef at Restaurant Riad Monceau and member of the famous MarrakChef® trophy, our Moroccan cookery workshops welcome very few participants in order to ensure a real ‘hands-on’ approach and encourage lively interaction between those taking part.
Being located right off the Djemaa El Fna square Riad Monceau restaurant is of very easy reach, by foot or local taxi, wherever you’re staying in Marrakesh. See online access map.
Feel free to contact us for any particular query.
Morning workshops – 10.30am/2pm – Moroccan recipes – 500 MAD all inclusive (except wines)
These half-day workshops will allow you to learn how to prepare a Moroccan starter and main course. At the end of each session, the apprentice chefs enjoy their own creations in the magical setting of restaurant Riad Monceau. The Riad Monceau management is pleased to offer the participants a nice dessert at the end of the lunch.
Afternoon workshops – 3.30/5.30pm – Moroccan pastries and traditional mint tea – 350 MAD all inclusive
Unique in Marrakesh these workshops will give you the opportunity to create your own Moroccan pastries ‐ among them the famous Gazelle Horns – and learn how to prepare mint tea the traditional way.
NOTE – Due to the small number of available spaces and the many requests we receive our workshops are often fully booked quite a long time in advance. It is therefore highly recommended to make booking as ahead as possible.
NEWS – Restaurant Riad Monceau was recently rewarded by the publication of a beautiful luxury cookbook : “ Riad Monceau – a palace of Moroccan gastronomy ” now available at most bookstores as well as on Amazon. Kindly read the article dedicated to the book on our news blog or, for a first look, see the online overview of the book published on ISSUU.