Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh


Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh in World Showcase is one of our favorite places to dine in Disney World. However, it is one of the most overlooked restaurants.

The reason for this is probably two fold. The location is rather hidden. Also, guests think that the menu will be a little unusual for their taste. Our advice is to give it a try and you won’t regret dining at this Epcot hidden gem of a restaurant.

Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh

This Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh review has prices which are correct as at March 2018. We originally wrote this article some time ago and were surprised to notice how little prices have increased at Restaurant Marrakesh.

Most Epcot restaurant prices have increased a lot in the last 5 or so years. Not so Restaurant Marrakesh. We think this is a great reason to make sure you at least give it a try on your next visit to Epcot.

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Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh is located in the Morocco Pavillion of World Showcase. The location is a little out of the way as it is hidden at the very back of the Morocco Pavlion. This is a place where few visitors actually walk around, but really should to see the beautiful small courtyard area. There is a podium located at the front of the Pavillion where a menu is shown.

In the Corner of the Kingdom

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As the food is unfamiliar to some guests the Restaurant Marrakesh Epcot Menu has photos to show what the food looks like. This Epcot restaurant is also unusual as it has different pricing for some menu items for lunch and dinner. Restaurant Marrakesh is one of the best value of the Disney Epcot Restaurants. It takes the Disney Dining Plan, but you should think about if you want to use your credits for this, particularly lunch. With lunch entrees starting at $16.99 you may want to use your Disney Diing credits somewhere else.

Restaurant Marrakesh is probably the most overlooked of all of the Epcot Restaurants. It’s location at the back of the Morrocco Pavilion really doesn’t help. You can easily visit the Morocco Pavilion and still miss where the restaurant is. However, this isn’t the whole explanation. Le Cellier is pretty easy to miss and that doesn’t prevent it from being the most popular Epcot Restaurant. The reason is most likely the food. It can sometimes be tempting to stick with what you know and Moroccan food is not on everyone’s radar. However, we really suggest you give this place a try. The food is not overly spicy and the atmisphere inside really is worth experiencing.

The one area in which the menu is rather lacking is in vegetarian options as really the only option is the Vegetable Couscous. The different menu options may be a little too exotic for children, but of course as with all Disney World restaurants there is a children’s menu available with the usual favorites available.

One of the things that makes Restaurant Marrakesh special is the entertainment. There is belly dancing, and if you are really bold you can even join in! There is also live music which really adds to the enjoyment of the experience. The atmosphere and decor of the restaurant are very welcoming.

There is an Early Early Dinner Combination Meal available at Restaurant Marrakesh from 3.30 until 5.30 every day. At $29.99 per person this has to be one of the best restaurant deals available in the whole of Walt Disney World. For this you get:

Choice of appetizer: Harira soup OR Jasmina salad;
Choice of entree: Beef Tenderloin Kebabs OR Brochette of Chicken Kebabs OR Vegetable Couscous;
Dessert: Baklava

There is also a lunch and dinner menu available at Restaurant Marrakesh.


Restaurant Marrakesh

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Harira Soup – Traditional hearty soup with tomatoes, eggs, lentils and lamb $6.99

Chicken Bastilla – Baked layers of thin pastry filled with minced chicken and almonds, sprinkled with cinnamon and powdered sugar $9.99

Seafood Bastilla – Baked layers of thin pastry filled with grouper, shrimp, and mushrooms $10.99

Assorted Mediterranean Salads for Two – Falafel, sundried tomatoes hummus, roasted eggplant puree and tabbouleh $13.99

Goat Cheese with Crispy Bread for Two – A mixture of cheese and kalamata olives served with tabouleh, red pepper sauce. and balsamic vinegar reduction $14.99

Appetizer Combination for Two – Beef Brewat Rolls, Chicken Bastilla, and Jasmina Salad $17.99


Belly dancer

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All Entrees are served with rice mixed with vegetables

Shish Kebab

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Shish Kebab – Grilled tenderloin of beef with rosemary roasted potatoes and vegetable medley $29.99

Chicken Kebabs – Brochettes of chicken breast, olive salad and dried fruit sweet couscous $25.99

Roast Lamb Meshoui – Lamb shank braised in natural juices served with roasted eggplant puree, zucchini, capers lemon confit and tomatoes $27.99

Mogador Fish Tagine – Marinated fish with olives, lemon confit, potatoes, green peppers, and chermula sauce $27.99

Lemon Chicken – Braised half chicken with garlic, green olives, and preserved lemon $26.99

Couscous– Couscous teamed tiny semolina pasta; with Beef $27.99; with Lamb Shank $28.99; Chicken Couscous $26.99; Vegetable Couscous $21.99; Couscous M’Rouzia: braised beef served with prunes, balsamic vinegar, honey, sesame seeds, and eggs $28.99

There is also a choice of 2 different Feasts for a shared entree option

Marrakesh Feast

Royal Feast Available for $45.99 per person

Choice of one appetizer:

Jasmina Salad
Lettuce, tomato, olives, feta cheese in mustard vinaigrette


Seafood Bastilla
baked layers of thin pastry filled with grouper, shrimp, mushrooms

Choice of one entree:

Lemon Chicken – braised half chicken with garlic, green olives, and preserved lemon


Roast Lamb Meshoui -lamb shank braised in natural juices served with roasted eggplant puree, zucchini, capers lemon confit and tomatoes


Couscous with Seven Vegetables

Assorted Moroccan Pastries for dessert

Marrakesh Feast for $42.00 per person

Harira soup; Beef Brewat Rolls; Marrakesh Mixed Grill (Tenderloin of Beef Shish Kebab, Lamb Merzuez Sausage, Marinated Chicken Kebab) served with roasted potatoes. Assorted Moroccan pastries for dessert



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Moroccan Symphony – Assorted Moroccan baklavas $6.99

Marrakesh Delight – Fresh fruit salad topped with mint ice cream, toasted almonds and orange blossom water $5.99

Bastilla – Crispy leaves of pastry topped with vanilla cream and sprinkled with cinnamon, powdered sugar and toasted almonds
For Two – $8.99; For One – $7.99

Whichever options your choose from the Marrakesh Restaurant in Epcot World Showcase you are sure to have an entertaining experience. It may even become one of your favorite Epcot restaurants.

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6 thoughts on “Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh

  1. I’m not sure what price point makes a meal not a good value on the Disney Dining Plan but this restaurant would be one of those to use the DDP at. I don’t see any entree on their lunch menu lower than $21.99. Not sure what you found that is $16.99 unless you’re referring to an appetizer. But when the majority of meals are pushing $30 (and one is $35.99), this restaurant would be a good use of a dining credit instead of paying out of pocket.

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