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“Hands down, this is one of the best experiences you can get in Marrakech’s culinary scene.”
13 Dec 2018
“Fantastic cooking lesson, Must Do! ”
Welcome to libzar cooking class, where one learns the art of Moroccan cuisine, With the help of our chef Assia. The workshop last about two Hours and half and each participant works on his own station, one Dines on the meal that's be en prepared.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
28 rue moulay ali Gueliz, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
Hands down, this is one of the best experiences you can get in Marrakech’s culinary scene. For one thing, L’Ibzar has top-notch staff and an exceptional atmosphere, made only better by Chef Assia, the self-made proprietor and head chef, and her son Chouaib, with whom...More
We've had a cooking lesson here by Assia and her son Chaouib which was truly FANTASTIC. The cooking studio is top notch, utensils were top of the bill, the ingredients fresh as they can come and a video screen in front of you so you...More
We had the most fantastic cooking workshop. Owner and chef Assia and her son are such kind and wonderfull persons. We had a great afternoon with great food. we felt much welcome and also had lots of fun.
I recommend everybody to go there when...More
Cooking class under guidance from the restaurants chef cook. Class takes about 3hrs, and you make 5 dishes, with a tagine as main dish. Must say that the one we made was the best I had in Morocco.
The room we used was new, with...More
We were looking for a cooking class with the traditional Marrocan tagine when we were on our vacation to Marrakech, via Cookly.me we booked the afternoon class at L'ibzar. Very experienced and friendly people, we got a warm welcome and got to know everything about...More
I heard about libzar from friends and went out of curiosity to find out and was not disappointed. As someone familiar with Moroccan cuisine, chicken tagine with pickled lemon never fails to please. me. Assia, owner of restaurant and manager of cooking classes is a...More