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l'Atelier Madada

Rue Mohamed Ben Masoud, Essaouira 44000, Morocco
+212 5244-75512
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Best cooking school in town!!

We've brought numerous clients to this beautiful,professional cooking schools' it's the best in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
John R
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Essaouira, Morocco
So, so lovely

Definitely one of our best experiences in Essaouira! The teachers Alyson and Mouna were both... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
thea638
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London, United Kingdom
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At the entrance of the old medina, in a former almond warehouse, l'Atelier Madada welcomes you under its stone arches. By small groups (8 persons maximum) and supervised by a professional team (a cook and a trilingual presenter) our hosts discover the secrets of Moroccan gastronomy and are initiated into the delights of one of the best cuisine in the world. In a friendly and casual atmosphere, those half-day workshops teach each participant how to prepare a full traditional meal that one can then easily reproduce at home.
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Rue Mohamed Ben Masoud, Essaouira 44000, Morocco
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We've brought numerous clients to this beautiful,professional cooking schools' it's the best in town . Don't hesitate!! Reserve now!

Thank John R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Definitely one of our best experiences in Essaouira! The teachers Alyson and Mouna were both absolutely wonderful, English and French speakers are perfectly catered to, and the atelier is stunning. Not just a cooking class, but also an amazing lesson in the cultural and culinary...More

Thank thea638
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Don't miss the opportunity to interact with Allison and her Moroccan cook Mouna. Learn how to cook the delicacies of Morocco and experience the spice market of the souk.. In the midst of it all learn wonderful cultural tid bits both about cooking and the...More

Thank MaliRoedding
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Not only you get to learn how to cook your favorite Moroccan dishes, you will also gain a little bit of the history, culture, info on tourist trap to avoid, and best of all, how to visit a spice shop (aka medicine shop) and what...More

Thank Arina M
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Can't rate this experience highly enough. Alyson and Mouna were an absolute joy. We learned a lot about cooking tagines and traditional soup in a converted carob warehouse which was very tastefully decorated. Alyson's enthusiasm and knowledge made the trip to the spice market both...More

Thank 31192jennya
Reviewed 12 June 2017

My sister, mum and I spent a lovely morning cooking here with Alyson and Mouna. The venue is beautiful and very professional, and the day also included an informative trip to the spice market. We were the first ones to book on to the course...More

Thank Sarah S
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

My daughter Lydia and I spent 2 hours with Alyson and Mona on the patisserie course. We loved every second. The tuition was so professional but really enjoyable and the setting is exceptional. This is a great venue, modern light, airy and scrupulously maintained with...More

Thank Maggiemac52
Reviewed 26 April 2017

My two teenage daughters and me were very lucky. ON the day we booked the class with Allisson and Mona there was only the three of us. So we got the full attention of the two chefs and we did learn alot. It started with...More

1  Thank Sylvia F
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

We booked this cooking class just to get a bit into the moroccan cuisine, the fact is, we learned not only to cook a delicious Tagine but also a lot about the culture and the mentality of Moroccan. 100% recommended!

Thank Lisset N
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

We did the pastry class on a rainy Saturday afternoon and we are so glad we did. As well as learning how to make typical Moroccan biscuits, Alison the English instructor gave us an insight into Essaouira & the Moroccan way of life. Her &...More

Thank Charlotte G
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Phillip C
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Hello Phillip, Thank you for your interest in l’Atelier Madada. It is better to book in advance as our classes are frequently full. Furthermore, the first person to book get the chance to choose the menu we will learn and... More
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Jo B
12 May 2016|
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Hello, Thank you for your interest in l'Atelier Madada. I'm not allowed to write an email adress or web link on Tripadvisor answered. However You can easily find us on Internet by googleing our name : Atelier... More
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8 March 2016|
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Hello, Thank you for your interest in l’Atelier Madada. Here is some information about our workshop: The course starts at 10h30 in the morning; it lasts around two hours and a half to three hours and is followed by the... More
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