Marrakech Restaurant located at 140 Fisherton St, Salisbury SP2 7RR, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 237102

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mustapha taouil

5 Google Rating

Nice little restaurant with very good service. Staff were really friendly and the food was excellent

5/ 5

Nice little restaurant with very good service. Staff were really friendly and the food was excellent! Definitely be going back!

Cosimo Lacava

5 Google Rating

Quality food very well prepared. Professional and nice staff that will welcome and look after you. O

5/ 5

Quality food very well prepared. Professional and nice staff that will welcome and look after you. One of the best in the central part of Salisbury.

Az Ali

5 Google Rating

A wonderful little restaurant very close to the train station. Great ambience and amazing food. I wo

5/ 5

A wonderful little restaurant very close to the train station. Great ambience and amazing food. I would encourage everyone to try their delicious menu. There aren't many staff members, which others have mentioned but please please don't let this put you off, I see it as more of a positive as I don't like getting disturbed all the time. The hospitality and kindness of the owners was so wonderful. The meal was delicious and the owner, upon hearing we were fasting, generously gave us a soup starter and tea after the meal for free! 100% halal so no risk of cross contamination. An absolute rose in the garden of Salisbury. Will definitely be coming back in future :)

Betty Conroy

5 Google Rating

Absolutely beautiful food we have eaten in many Arabic restaurants and this was extremely good every

5/ 5

Absolutely beautiful food we have eaten in many Arabic restaurants and this was extremely good everything had a lovely home made feel. Will be returning.

Pouya Motakef

5 Google Rating

Just amazing food! The owners were very welcoming and even threw in appetizer on the house for us. W

5/ 5

Just amazing food! The owners were very welcoming and even threw in appetizer on the house for us. With such a great experience I recommend them fully.

Mohammed Khan

4 Google Rating

Absolutely gem of a guy that owns it.. very good tasting food .. soup was amazing.. chicken shwarma

4/ 5

Absolutely gem of a guy that owns it.. very good tasting food .. soup was amazing.. chicken shwarma was very good .. lamb shwarma was okay .. honestly not a bad place to eat at at all .. if am ever in Salisbury I will definately be goin back

Shah T Ali

5 Google Rating

Lovely atmosphere and a great host. Food was delicious and service was great. We drove a long way to

5/ 5

Lovely atmosphere and a great host. Food was delicious and service was great. We drove a long way to have some Tagine and we aren't disappointed.

Caroline Johnson

5 Google Rating

Delicious vegetarian food and excellent service. The complimentary dips and olives meant I ate far t

5/ 5

Delicious vegetarian food and excellent service. The complimentary dips and olives meant I ate far too much! Really good value.

Susan Nelmes

5 Google Rating

Unexpected last minute meal for three of us really nice waiter lovely food and you take in your own

5/ 5

Unexpected last minute meal for three of us really nice waiter lovely food and you take in your own alcohol bonus well worth a visit

Rose Sture

1 Google Rating

I would like to say the food is lovely, I'd like to say the ambience is perfect, I'd like to say all

1/ 5

I would like to say the food is lovely, I'd like to say the ambience is perfect, I'd like to say all good things........ HOWEVER , I went to this restaurant on Monday, they were closed, according to their website they are open, ok, website incorrect so Weds, we went again, they were CLOSED, apparently as they had a cooker issue, HOWEVER..... the near neighbours assured me they hadn't opened Tuesday either!! If you go & they are open I'm sure you will love it, I will not try again!

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  • Saturday05:30 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Sunday05:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Monday05:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Tuesday05:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Wednesday05:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Friday05:30 PM - 12:00 AM
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