Fry-up English Breakfast in Marrakech

Cooked Breakfast at Riad Africa

Cooked Breakfast at Riad Africa

Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy a delicious Moroccan breakfast as much as anyone – with freshly squeezed juice, Moroccan pancakes, croissants, local honey and jam, yoghurt and a pot of coffee or mint tea, a typical Moroccan breakfast served on the terrace of Riad Africa is a great way to start a day.

Occasionally though, a full cooked English-breakfast offers a mouth-watering change!   Riad Africa is delighted to offer guests a real English-breakfast option.  For an additional £5 pp, a full English fry-up can be ordered the night before.  Jam-packed with calories you’ll be able to sit in the sun watching the storks flying over rooftops and nesting on chimney pots whilst savouring some of Morocco’s finest bacon (yes, bacon is available in Marrakech!), sausages, fried eggs cooked to order, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried potatoes, fried bread or toast. All washed down with a mug of English tea.

If a full fry-up is too much, just order a bacon and egg sandwich – only £3.50.

You’ll have the rest of the day to burn off the calories whilst exploring the streets and attractions of Marrakech Medina on a guided tour, or perhaps on a day trek from Dar Tassa in the High Atlas Mountains –  A Day With The Berbers.



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Over 1500 Riads…. Why Riad Africa?

Great central medina location

Authenticity, charm & tradition

Friendly local staff who care

Sumptuous Moroccan breakfasts

Two dipping pools, one is heated

Local food in courtyard restaurant

Free Wi-Fi coverage throughout

Family friendly rooms & meals

Beautiful roof terrace with views

English/Dutch owned & managed

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