The purity of natural elegance in this completely-renovated setting, overlooks the Andalusian gardens. A chef in the kitchen for a rejuvenating and light dining experience, a frequently-renewed menu, a modern-looking restaurant, pleasurable for the eyes and table, whether for an extraordinary lunch or dinner.

In this entirely updated setting, the décor of the Brasserie de la Tour is dominated by brown tones that warmly join its woodwork, and give this space an exceptional brilliance. Its tranquility which inspires the Andalusian Gardens, adds a grade of freshness, while golden stones and century-old spirit emit additional soul. The cuisine is novel, and attentive to new market arrivals. Newcomers will appreciate fish or meat, according to their tastes, among gastronomic variations which combine product quality and the chef’s inspiration. The delight of receiving and being received to: a culinary table, an expression of an art of living, which one can share in camaraderie, the seduction of the words and dishes.

A quest for the senses where time stands still.


Breakfast hours

From 12:30pm to 3:00pm

Dinner hours

From 7:30pm to 11:00pm

Maximum Occupancy

50 people

Terrace Occupancy

30 people

Full-Service Occupancy

80 seats including the terrace

a shared heritage

Rabat, modern capital and historic city

Located on the Atlantic seaboard, in the northwest of Morocco, Rabat is the result of a fruitful dialogue between the Arab-Muslim past and Western modernism. The site includes the "new town", designed and built under the French Protectorate from 1912 to the 1930s, including the royal residence, colonial administrations, residential and commercial complexes. We also find old parts of the city which sometimes date back to the 12th century. The “new city” represents one of the largest and most ambitious urban projects of the 10th century in Africa, probably the most complete.