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MARRAKECH******     LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.marrakechvegas.com/ If you are looking for something different, an exotic experience with some spice (and by that I don’t just mean the one in your food), than a visit to Marrakech should do the trick. Right from the moment you enter the premises you are transformed into another world, the fantastic “One Thousand and One Nights” vibe is present in every esthetically pleasing detail. The whole interior brings to life an image of a Moroccan tent, with sensual music, beautifully vibrant colors, enchanting mosaics and artfully inlaid tables. The seating options consist of little sofas, as well as upholstered chairs and stools. If you consider that the tables are pretty low, as common in the Middle Eastern tradition, it does not make for the most comfortable dining. But since all the food served can pretty much be eaten with the plate on your lap it’s not really a big problem. This restaurant offers a fixed menu rather than a choice a la carte. It consists of 6 courses, which include: Shrimp Scampi, Harira Soup, Marrakech Sampler, Beef Kabob, Moroccan Coscous Platter with Chicken and a Moroccan Pastry stuffed with all kinds of sweet goodies for dessert. I can honestly say that my friends and I enjoyed every single bite, the food was simply delicious! My personal favorites were the Shrimp Scampi and the Beef Kabob. Even though these appear to be rather simple dishes, the way they were prepared and the spices used produced something quite original and different from what you usually encounter in other restaurants. I would sure love to find out their recipe and try to recreate this wonderful succulent flavor at home! The only dish that did not meet with our unanimous exclamations of praise was the dessert. Now don’t get me wrong, it was lovely in its own way, just extremely sweet. And after consuming 5-courses of rich Moroccan food it proved a tad too much. But at this point I have to stress the fact that at $40 per person for the fixed menu Marrakech certainly offers very good value for your money! Culinary delights aside; one cannot oversee the entertainment, which consists of incredibly gorgeous and very skilled belly- dancers. These girls really know what they are doing and emanate subtle eroticism with every gesture of their hands and every motion of their bodies. Their costumes are colorful, fun and sexy and serve very well to enhance this sensual experience. Very often their show turns into an inter-active affair, as they encourage guests to join in with the dancing. Quite a few times I have witnessed older or/and larger gentlemen gyrating their hips maybe not so much in rhythm with the music, but at least with a lot of enthusiasm and a look of ecstatic concentration on their faces worthy of a task involving at least the salvation of humanity. If you want to surprise your Darling with some newly acquired belly-dancing skills, this may be your opportunity: the dancers are really friendly and will definitely work with you if you are a little shy at first. The incredible show does have one down-side, though, and that is the fact that the waiters seemed much more interested in watching the belly-dancers than in attending to the patrons. After we were seated it took us good 15 minutes of attention-attracting maneuvers to finally get a server to come to our table and take our drink orders. At the end of all these attempts I was in such a state of desperation that I seriously considered flashing the waiter in the hope of creating some enticement to approach us, you know something at least slightly comparable with what the lovely dancers had to offer? Perhaps this way I could get him to notice our thirsty sad faces, or in my case, my thirsty sad cleavage? Just as I was getting ready to sacrifice myself for the common good, my friend finally managed to attract his attention with means of some very manic waving and some intensive, albeit not very flattering (as far as beauty shots go) facial expressions. Ughhh, and so goes the tale of me being saved from flashing the public once again… But seriously, this place is great, they could, however, improve the quality of the service. Then it would be simply perfect!
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MARRAKECH******     LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.marrakechvegas.com/ If you are looking for something different, an exotic experience with some spice (and by that I don’t just mean the one in your food), than a visit to Marrakech should do the trick. Right from the moment you enter the premises you are transformed into another world, the fantastic “One Thousand and One Nights” vibe is present in every esthetically pleasing detail. The whole interior brings to life an image of a Moroccan tent, with sensual music, beautifully vibrant colors, enchanting mosaics and artfully inlaid tables. The seating options consist of little sofas, as well as upholstered chairs and stools. If you consider that the tables are pretty low, as common in the Middle Eastern tradition, it does not make for the most comfortable dining. But since all the food served can pretty much be eaten with the plate on your lap it’s not really a big problem. This restaurant offers a fixed menu rather than a choice a la carte. It consists of 6 courses, which include: Shrimp Scampi, Harira Soup, Marrakech Sampler, Beef Kabob, Moroccan Coscous Platter with Chicken and a Moroccan Pastry stuffed with all kinds of sweet goodies for dessert. I can honestly say that my friends and I enjoyed every single bite, the food was simply delicious! My personal favorites were the Shrimp Scampi and the Beef Kabob. Even though these appear to be rather simple dishes, the way they were prepared and the spices used produced something quite original and different from what you usually encounter in other restaurants. I would sure love to find out their recipe and try to recreate this wonderful succulent flavor at home! The only dish that did not meet with our unanimous exclamations of praise was the dessert. Now don’t get me wrong, it was lovely in its own way, just extremely sweet. And after consuming 5-courses of rich Moroccan food it proved a tad too much. But at this point I have to stress the fact that at $40 per person for the fixed menu Marrakech certainly offers very good value for your money! Culinary delights aside; one cannot oversee the entertainment, which consists of incredibly gorgeous and very skilled belly-dancers. These girls really know what they are doing and emanate subtle eroticism with every gesture of their hands and every motion of their bodies. Their costumes are colorful, fun and sexy and serve very well to enhance this sensual experience. Very often their show turns into an inter-active affair, as they encourage guests to join in with the dancing. Quite a few times I have witnessed older or/and larger gentlemen gyrating their hips maybe not so much in rhythm with the music, but at least with a lot of enthusiasm and a look of ecstatic concentration on their faces worthy of a task involving at least the salvation of humanity. If you want to surprise your Darling with some newly acquired belly-dancing skills, this may be your opportunity: the dancers are really friendly and will definitely work with you if you are a little shy at first. The incredible show does have one down-side, though, and that is the fact that the waiters seemed much more interested in watching the belly-dancers than in attending to the patrons. After we were seated it took us good 15 minutes of attention-attracting maneuvers to finally get a server to come to our table and take our drink orders. At the end of all these attempts I was in such a state of desperation that I seriously considered flashing the waiter in the hope of creating some enticement to approach us, you know something at least slightly comparable with what the lovely dancers had to offer? Perhaps this way I could get him to notice our thirsty sad faces, or in my case, my thirsty sad cleavage? Just as I was getting ready to sacrifice myself for the common good, my friend finally managed to attract his attention with means of some very manic waving and some intensive, albeit not very flattering (as far as beauty shots go) facial expressions. Ughhh, and so goes the tale of me being saved from flashing the public once again… But seriously, this place is great, they could, however, improve the quality of the service. Then it would be simply perfect!
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