My friend Prince Louis V's father was kind enough to welcome us to the hotel. Honestly, this experience will stick with me for life - to be shown behind the scenes of one of the best hotels in the world was fascinating. The hotel’s focus on service is far beyond first class and is truly one of a kind. What hotel in the world is mirrored underground in the form of tunnels? At this one, staff come out from underground to serve guests and attend to their needs. It truly is a master piece. For those of you who are keen to learn more, check out the BBC's series on the world’s most extraordinary hotels.
I know I'm in Morocco so you're probably questioning why an earth am I eating Sushi! Well I can't actually justify that. But, what I can justify is the photo, what a phenomenal set up with a vast array of food and drinks! Not only that, this has to be the most attractive bars I've ever encountered, formed fully of beautifully polished copper.
Ok, moving away from Sushi! We dined again at the @royalmansour and we had a few more traditional dishes. Here you can see some beautifully barbecued chicken skewers and lamb chops. But, in the background and the stand out dish were the vegetables baked in hay. So sweet, delicate and flavoursome this was a unique technique that worked extremely well!
Text and photographs by The Undercover Food Critic, 11th December, 2017. More Information: @the_undercover_food_critic