I flew from New York to Frankfurt via Morocco with Royal Air Maroc last year. The airline had reached out to me to see if I would be interested in sampling their economy and business class meals. I took them up on their offer and was offered a ticket that included a sector from New York to Casablanca on their 787, and then a quick change of aircraft to a boeing 737 in business class.


The flight left New York in the evening and arrived into Casablanca the following morning just after 8am. Their 787 is quite spacious, and it was a pretty uneventful night flight.

royal air maroc 787 interiorECONOMY CLASS DINNER

For dinner I selected the beef (small portion) served with rice, on the tray was a yoghurt, pasta entree, bread roll, cheese/crackers and a chocolate cake for dessert. Nothing special here, your typical standard economy class meal tray, that in my opinion was slightly below average in terms of taste and quality.What I liked most here was the meal tray set up, it was designed well and I really liked the style of the various tray componenets.


Hello Morocco! After a slightly confusing transfer experience at the airport, I finally settled at the airlines lounge. Whilst I have no pics of the experience here, it was over crowded and the food offering was quite average too.


My flight to Frankfurt was aboard a Boeing 737, with proper business class seats which was a nice touch. Upon sitting down I was offered a choice of welcome drinks and I selected the apple juice. After take off the crew came through to offer inflight menus, additional drinks and some snacks.

Don’t you love the details of the glass? Not often you see this.

After take off welcome drink and nuts.


The inflight menu offerings included:

Entree: Asian praws with vegetables and ginger.

Main: Chicken tangine with lemon sauce with potatoes and olives.


Cod fillet in chermoula sauce with carrots and potatoes.

Dessert: Cheese/Pastry offering.

The drinks menu wasn’t too extensive, but offered enough choice including options such as:

Martini, Gordons Gin, Smirnoff Vodka, Camus Cognac, JW Black Label and Champagne from Laurent Perrier. Wines were a mix of French and Moroccan and they offered the Beer Casablanca brand.


The meals were exceptional, up there with some of the best business class dining I’ve experienced. The entree was very delicious, fresh and so tangy. I couldn’t believe how fresh it was, and all the flavors paired so well with one another. My chicken dish was also very good, served piping hot, and a good balance of flavors. I’ve never sampled the traditional dish of Chicken tangine, so it was a lovely experience to have something typically Moroccan.


For business class I really couldn’t fault the airline at all, the meals were excellent, and presented very well. Economy class on the other hand was very standard, and nothing really stood out as amazing or even different from other airlines. From a service point of view, I also felt that the staff could have tried to engage me or other passengers more. Maybe it’s a cultural thing, or a lack of communication. I just found the staff to be very distant and difficult to engage with. I’m not saying they were rude at all, they did their job, but did not go above and beyond.

Thanks to RAM for the complimentary ticket, whilst I received a free ticket my opinion is factual and based on my experience, yours could be different.

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Nik has been running Inflight Feed since 2012, and since then he's taken well over 500 flights for work and pleasure. He documents his inflight meal experiences right here and he's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends, he has written for CNN and has regular columns in leading industry magazines. He's been featured in Vogue, QZ plus many major news outlets across the globe, and has become the 'go to' person when someone needs an opinion about airline meals.