Moroccan Restaurant in Cannes

While visiting family in Cannes, we all went to lunch to the restaurant, Fleur d’Oranger, located just off the port.   Exterior

We have eaten there several times, and I always order the same dish that I enjoy so much:  Tajine poulet citron confit (chicken with lemon and olives and potatoes, served with couscous).  The Moroccan red wine is full-bodied and rich in flavor, which matches the deliciously authentic food – un delice from start to finish. The service is friendly and efficient, with customer satisfaction in mind. I’ll definitely be going back!

Tajine Poulet Citron Confit

Tajine Poulet Citron Confit

Moroccan wine

Brochette couscous

Brochette couscous

Pastry dessert

Pastry dessert

Mint tea

The a la menthe (mint tea)

Entrance Interior


6 thoughts on “Moroccan Restaurant in Cannes

  1. Sounds delicious, I love tajine and the poulet citron combination is so enticing! Thanks for the recommendation, I’ll definitely check it out

  2. junedesilva says:

    This post made my mouth water & brought back very happy memories of when I was living in France & used to go for a Moroccan meal every Friday! Here in the UK, it’s more likely to be a curry or Chinese.

  3. Catherine says:

    Where off the port is it? Close to Forville? I LOVE tajine and make it at home all the time. We spend time every summer in Theoule, not far from Cannes and this will definitely be on my list for this next trip!

    • It’s just off the port (where the brocante is held) and rue Meynadier – sorry don’t remember the street name. Hope you enjoy it too, of you go – bon appetit!

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