Beyond Tagine and Couscous
Head chef Younes Idrissi's dishes are made using local produce to reflect the the seasons of the Fes medina. Handled with the finesse of a Parisian bistro, we define it as Franco-Moroccan fusion featuring dishes like roast pumpkin salad with tahini, yogurt and fresh chilli, braised local rabbit with seeded mustard sauce, and a sublime dark bitter chocolate tart. This winning fusion of two great cuisines has earned us recommendations from the New York Times and Conde Nast Traveler, as well as many TripAdvisor fans. A vegetarian option is always included on our menu.
While hotel guests are always our priority, we do recommend reserving in advance (or at least at breakfast), especially if you want to dine with us on the night of your arrival. And if you're not staying with us, we can send a porter to escort you to and from your hotel or nearest gate - just let us know when booking.
Open Tuesday through Sunday from 7pm (last orders 9:30pm), though guests are welcome to arrive well in advance of dinner service to take an apertif on the roof terrace or in one of our lounges. 3-courses for 350 dhs, 2-courses for 275 dhs, excluding 10% sales tax. We are happy to provide complimentary porter service from the nearest medina gate for guests staying in other hotels and riads - please let us know when making your reservation if you would like this service.
And when you wake up
Breakfast at Dar Roumana includes an array of freshly baked breads and pastries, coffee and tea, freshly squeezed juices, fruit salad, home-made preserves, yoghurt and eggs to order. Breakfast is served from 8am - 10 am in the shaded courtyard or on the roof terrace, subject to the season.