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Gastronomy
 
Description

The big caïdal tent  acting restaurant is undoubtedly another element of charm in the Camp, together with the Bedouin tents. In the shadow of his traditional red and green tissue roof, with a soft lighting, large convivial tables can accommodate up to 50 guests.

Access is restricted to customers of the restaurant and bar, your own drinks and food being denied in order to take the place clean and nice.

Something new since the takeover of the Camp, you can enjoy a drink soon arrived at the Camp, if you wish, just to polish up your throat after a long trip or excursion. Then at anytime, the bar being open all day until 22 hours, at which time you can order your last drink and take it away. We then recommend to respect the sleep of other campers and tranquility of the place.

For dinner, we maintain the legendary foie gras of the desert and the camel tagine with dates of Martine and Luc that we integrate into a Bedouin menu. We also offer a new menu including an original Berber tagine of chicken with zucchini and wild thyme of the Atlas. Also new and surprising (
only possible by reservation one day before, given the logistics and culinary preparations required), the opportunity to take his dinner outdoors in the dunes surrounding the camp, on a mat and around a small wood fire; the menu is composed of marinated skewers of camel fillet topped with honey : enough to spend a wonderful evening under the stars and away from other campers.

At breakfast, we offer more flexible hours of service and now a choice of three different breakfasts: a continental breakfast with scrambled eggs, a typical breakfast with Sahrawi bread baked in the sand and an original Berber breakfast with local products.

The Bedouin Camp finally establishes a service at noon with a lunch (mixed salad or vegetable tagine) or a picnic to take away. Lunches must be ordered the day before. You may also order at lunch time any of the dinner menus.