We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Authentic Moroccan Cafe/ Restaurant serving Moroccan food like tagines, couscous bastilla, briouates, sandwiches homemade cakes and the famous Moroccan mint tea. We have a nice outside area by the Reykjavik Old Harbor.
This place is tucked away in the marina area and if you didn’t know it was there you could easily miss it. The decor is wonderful and has a comfy cozy vibe. The food is authentic and wonderful. The staff, Christopher, was especially kind and...More
I am a freak about Morocco's food, travelling there at least twice a year - and Kasbah Café and Restaurant brings simply Morocco to Iceland. The atmosphere is very cozy, simple and beautiful, and the food is simply better than in many places in Morocco....More
The freezing wind of Iceland, closed the door with anger. And we found ourselves... In Morocco. The well decorated restaurant was quiet, with the religious coran playing as a music. 2 ladies enjoying a bottle of wine with their food. And a man came to...More
Went there for my birthday last night. It's a beautiful restaurant with a warm and welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff. They serve traditional moroccan food an it is everything you could wish for in a moroccan dining experience. Will definitely be going there again.
Had a lovely experience at this newly restaurant. As I can’t eat garlic or onion, I had a hard time finding something on the menu that didn’t include either as expected at a Moroccan restaurant.. The waiter was really helpful and even made me a...More
I was not expecting to find a Moroccan restaurant in Reykjavik, but I was glad I did! My friend and I was treated to a nice dinner with a memorable atmosphere. The décor & staff were very friendly and, the food was terrific! Go there!
I had such high hopes for this restaurant. I love moroccan food and have dined at various moroccan restaurants. I was served semi-cold chicken which had obviously been reheated. On top the chef had laid french fries which had been heated with the chicken. A...More
When I arrived to Reykjavik, I was looking forward to visiting the Haitian Cafe. However, it was closed down and instead there was a Morrocan cafe. I decided to try it and I was very pleased. They served the best tea that I have ever...More
I noticed the Kasbah Cafe was across the street from my hotel and told myself I have to try it. It opened a little over two months ago. The owner is Moroccan and lived in Iceland for over 20 years. Great vibe and food. I...More