The Royal Mansour has just ended its collaboration with its famous French chef Yannick Allieno.
Yannick Alléno, a three-starred chef
Yannick Alléno and the Royal Mansour palace in Marrackech (Morocco) announce the end of their collaboration. The three-starred chef has been in charge of the kitchens of the Moroccan palace since its opening in 2010. For twelve years, he had the ambition to make the Royal Mansour an internationally recognized gastronomic address. A successful bet since, in 2021, the restaurant La Grande Table Marocaine received the prize for the best Moroccan gourmet restaurant in the country.
Placed in the 100 best restaurants on the planet
The Royal Mansour belongs to those rare places in the world that defy the codes of hotel excellence. A few steps from the mythical Jemaa El Fna square beats the heart of the prestigious palace of Marrakech which reveals to the traveler its unique concept of medina in the medina. Each space is here thought of as a journey of the senses that seduces intuitively. On his Instagram account, Yannick Alléno congratulates himself : “We have made the Moroccan table the most beautiful table in Africa and placed in the 100 best restaurants on the planet ! Best wishes ! And wish you the best!!” The chef announces the development of his Pavyllon brand, his gastronomic counter already present in Paris and Monaco: “The third Pavyllon will open in London in mid-2023 in the heart of the Mayfair district.”