in this unique pavilion, you will find shops and some outstanding
dining. You'll also find the Gallery of Arts and History and Moroccan
National Tourist Office. This pavilion is perhaps the most authentic in
World Showcase due to the fact that King Hasan II of Morocco sent in his own
artisans to oversee the architectural design and create the numerous mosaics
that grace the pavilion. Due to the religious significance of the buildings
in this pavilion, it remains in the dark during Illuminations.
Intercot Fun Fact: The
Tower of Terror in Disney's Hollywood Studios is seen at an angle from the
Moroccan pavilion, and the top of the Tower is designed so it blends in with
the Moroccan architecture.
features the best of Moroccan cuisine including lamb, chicken and of
course, couscous. Enjoy the music and delight to the entertainment of Belly
addition to the shore of World Showcase Lagoon is Spice Road Table, an open
air, covered spot serving up tapas (small plates) of authentic Moroccan
favorites such as spicy garlic shrimp, fried calamari, beef and chicken
skewers, and coriander crusted rack of lamb. A selection of alcoholic drinks
is also available. Spice Road Table is a wonderful spot to watch
Illuminations at night, if you can score a table.
Tangierine Cafe offers up Moroccan favorites, quick service style. The
plates here are large and are a great bargain!
Click below for menus!
Restaurant Marrakesh (Lunch)
Restaurant Marrakesh (Dinner)
Spice Road Table (Lunch &
Tangierine Cafe - Counter Service
Late afternoon at Morocco