Updated: May 8, 2018

Press Release

Wednesday 21st March 2018

The Compton Restaurant and Pub Marrakech

Real Food, Real Ale, Real Atmosphere.

The Compton Restaurant and Pub Marrakech offers modern English cuisine with a vibrant British atmosphere.

Opening within the month and set to become a firm fixture on Marrakech’s dining and social scene, The Compton Restaurant and Pub is situated in the Gueliz district of Marrakech. Guests can dine in the ambience of an iconic British Pub in the centre of Marrakech topped with the aromas and taste of traditional modern British cuisine. The menus are updated every season offering fresh inspiration and organic produce. Lunch diners will see the great British classics iconic of everyday Pub food. After dark, guests are offered a dining experience amidst the ambience created by the incredible aromas and a menu that harmoniously intertwines traditional modern British and International flavours sourced from Marrakech's finest suppliers.

The Compton chef Aziz has trained under the Michelin starred Royal Mansour chef and worked for several years as head chef at the upmarket hotel The Capaldi. He enjoys sourcing the freshest ingredients and leading a creative team. Axel de Sambucy has worked his way up the ladder of the hospitality industry from waiter to General Manager and is now the new Publican of the first English pub in the red city. He leads a well-trained group of waiting staff aptly called The Compton Crew.

Owners, James and Natasha Compton saw that there was something missing in Marrakech. “We adore dining in the French, Moroccan and Asian restaurants here but missed the cuisine back in Britain!” James added: “It has always been a dream of mine to open a restaurant having worked in a Michelin starred restaurant in Dorset 20 years ago. Marrakech is the perfect mix of fun loving adventurous people who enjoy good quality food.”

Natasha Compton

Director of Communication.

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