Larache (also El Araich; Arabic: العرايش; Berber: Leɛrayec or Aɛrich: the attic or shed) is an important harbour town in the region of Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima in northern Morocco. The town was probably founded by the Banu Arous tribe, who gave it the name Araich Beni Arous.
3.5 based on 10 reviews
We stopped in Larache on the way to Fes and this restaurant was recommended for lunch by several merchants. I'm not a fish enthusiast but nonetheless , we were lured by the entoxicating aromas from the small but quaint little diner. The staff was most accomodating and congenial. I asked for a white wine and stated they could choose for me as I knew little about Moroccan "white" wine. The waiter smiled and said it was "Islamic" or something along that line and I laughed like the goose I was. They all joined in. What a wonderful staff!! When the fish arrived, I bravely tasted it and then couldn't shovel it in fast enough!!! INCREDIBLE right down to the last little fishie on my plate. It was quite a selection if I might add. The cheque was MOST reasonable as we had 4 courses for about 10 Euros!! That wouldn't buy me a bowl of soup in Toronto. I gave them a 5 Euro tip and the head waiter returned to say it was too much. Then he saw another 5 Euros on the table that my travelling friend had left and repeated that it was a lot of money. We felt it was appropriate for the quality of the meal and the service and stated as much. He thanked us both most humbly. What a grand start to our travels in Morocco....HONEST individuals vs. creeps from so many other places we'd been to in Europe. And most of Morocco was similar!!!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
They often have great live music in evenings with local artists. Very reasonable prices, main courses 40D. Tasty fish bunito a la plancha, pescado frito (fish platter) and chicken breast a la plancha.
Very friendly English speaking manager, excellent service. We ate in several restaurants in larache, this was our favourite.
4 based on 5 reviews
fui con un tour desde el sur de españa, paramos aquí para comer
como turista considero que no es muy higiénico sobretodo para las mujeres que necesitan un baño
es complicado realizar un pedido, pero cuando lo consigues la comida no es mala
el té de menta es exquisito
todo es baratisimo
3 based on 18 reviews
4 based on 42 reviews
IT was one of the most atractive and fameuse restaurants in larache, we discovered for the first time just by asking some people from the city. The food was good and not expensif. WE think we will come back again thanks a lot.
3 based on 2 reviews
Our restaurant ELSOBERBIO is comfortable, intimate and romantic. It's located a few blocks from the harbour of Larache city and close to downtown! Elsoberbio is a restaurant that deserves excellence. Elsoberbio Restaurant offers for its clients the perfect dishes of Moroccan cuisine. Our chef gives you a daily appointment to savor the excellent food.
Ok. Loop even door tweede rondpunt linksaf en ga eten bij khay achmed;)!!!!!.
Hier bij sobrino drinkt u koffie of een cola. Zeker niet eten
4 based on 20 reviews
Reopened a couple of years ago (so it's not listed in the current guidebooks). Wonderful old restaurant/cafe complex. Art deco à la marocaine, with old photos, big antique mirrors, musical instruments and even a piano. We lunched very affordably on the cafe side. We had delicious panini plus savory and dessert crêpes (and waffles) and ice cream. The waiters wore fezzes like something out of an old Egyptian movie.
4 based on 1 reviews
Hace años que paso por Larache y es un sitio ideal para comer un cordero o una ternera excelentes hechos al carbón, las carnes se pueden seleccionar previamente y se ven que son frescas de calidad, el sabor después de la parrilla de carbón es riquísimo. Los pescados son frescos del puerto que está al lado, vale la pena probarlos también a la brasa. Se pueden pedir diferentes ensaladas de acompañamiento, también tienen postres variados. Recomendable si pasas por Larache.
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