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Savor Morocco - CLOSED

27 Quartiere Berada, Meknes 50000, Morocco
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A diverse country.

From the green north to the desert and High Atlas Mountains in the south Morocco offers a diverse... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2012
Adelaide, Australia
A true and authentic "must do" when in Meknes

Strike off Savor Morocco and you will regret it! We strongly recommend those reading this review to... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2012
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
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Come and learn how to make some of the best food in the world. At "Savor Morocco", you will step up to your own personal cooking station and cook the local cuisine (from Tajine to Couscous to Eggplant Salad.) At the same time, you will learn a lot about the Moroccan culture and time-honored traditions. From beginners to experts, you will create some amazing dishes.
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20 Sep 2012
“A diverse country.”
11 Apr 2012
“A true and authentic "must do" when in Meknes”
27 Quartiere Berada, Meknes 50000, Morocco

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Reviewed 20 September 2012

From the green north to the desert and High Atlas Mountains in the south Morocco offers a diverse range of attractions needing at least 2 weeks to cover the best parts. It is an inexpensive holiday destination. The people are good, the food is great...More

1  Thank Will4004
Reviewed 12 April 2012

Strike off Savor Morocco and you will regret it! We strongly recommend those reading this review to take a cooking class here. We did a chicken bastilla, which was out of the menu list because I wanted do cook something challenging and Chris ( our...More

4  Thank Goaveni
Reviewed 21 February 2012

We found everything about this cooking class exceeded our hopes. The instructor was great, and most importantly, the food was excellent. We learned step-by-step how to make what we would be eating, and just when the smells were driving us totally crazy with desire, we...More

1  Thank HoneymooninPeru
Reviewed 21 October 2011

Our family took a private tour of Morocco and this cooking class was the only thing we planned on our own. We found it on Trip Advisor and added it to our itinerary about a week before we arrived in Meknes. We wanted an interactive...More

2  Thank JBM9319
Reviewed 10 August 2011

What a delight to find a cooking school with English speaking Moroccan instructor and hosted by a couple from Texas! August is off-season for visiting Meknes and the summer heat had set in so this non-air conditioned guest house would have been better visited during...More

3  Thank phd4re
Reviewed 10 November 2010

My friend and I recently took a 2-hour cooking class with Fatima Zahra and Amy. It was great fun and I learned a lot. I love to cook and am certain that the dishes we made will become part of my repertoire. We made two...More

1  Thank Stryker4
Reviewed 5 October 2010

A highlight of our trip to Morocco, we learned to cook traditional Moroccan dishes at Savor Morocco in the imperial city of Meknes. Under the careful guidance of Chris Padgett and FatimaZahra, we learned to make mint tea, bourmash, and milawi, then sat down to...More

6  Thank FarleySanFrancisco
Reviewed 23 July 2010

The cooking school was well prepared and clean. The teacher spoke perfect english and put up with me and my friend cracking jokes and not staying on task! We had such a fun time learning how to cook and taking in some moroccan traditions. Would...More

2  Thank TwoNickles2
Reviewed 24 January 2010

My Savor Morocco experience was great. The instructor was well prepared and very fluent in English. It was helpful to have a native Moroccan teach the class-- definitely made it feel authentic. I made Touktouka and chicken Tajine. It tasted fantastic and was probably the...More

3  Thank ACW30
Reviewed 28 May 2009

Savor Morocco was a wonderful experience beyond our expectations. We lead a group of 14 people for a day trip to Meknes.Half the group did the cooking school first while the other half toured the city. The lessons were hands-on and practical. (I have made...More

1  Thank Bamaglobetrotter