Casa Saarda Is on the main road through the Kasbah area - at the top of the road near the Kasbah mosque and the tombs. Seen from the street its just a door with the kebab grill out front. Pretty easy to miss it, but if you look up you will see the roof terrace with Casa Saarda written on the wall.
We ate here twice during a week in Marrakech. Service was friendly, and food good. It's not a gourmet dining experience, just a basic, hassle-free place to eat.
The Gourmet salad was very good (see photo). The beef grilled on a kebab stick was tasty if a little chewy, and the chicken on kebab sticks was well seasoned with morrocan herbs. Both were served with chips.
The best dish we had was the vegetarian Tajine which was a delightfully flavoured mountain of vegetables - all really fresh and well cooked in a delicious sauce. Really really good.
The vegetarian pizza was also good - loaded with roasted peppers, zucchini and aubergines. But when in Morroco I believe going for the more local food (tajine / couscous) is generally the best.
No alcohol on the menu. Portions are huge. Meals cost around 70 MAD per course. Drinks around 20-30 MAD. (Fresh banana juice is something worth trying) Salads are listed as starters but are large enough to be a meal on their own. We never managed to eat all the food that we had ordered, despite it tasting great.
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