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We went here twice when in Casa, sat beside the fountain in the courtyard the second time and it was really lovely. Food is all the Moroccan classics but there is also a huge burger and fries that my teenaged son loved. Service is a...More
Excellent place for a Moroccan breakfast or tea time with friends, family or business.
The moroccan tea is simply outstanding with a mixture of many varieties coming from many moroccan regions.
I don’t recommand the Couscous in La Squalla.
We went here for dinner and we sat outside in a little garden. The atmosphere was great and the food was delicious! Had lamb and goat tangine here - highly recommended! And their vegetable soup as well.
One of the most reviewed restaurants in Casablanca.. stopped by & had a great meal.. decent price.. service was so so... the food was delicious! Only real negative was they don’t serve wine.. but hey ho. Would love to come back in the summer months...More
Having wandered through the medina, we found this very attractive restaurant in a section of the old city wall at a moment when we needed a sit-down. Had wonderful tea and pastries and decided to return for dinner after photographing the Hassan II mosque in...More
Set in the remains of a 17th century fortress, this garden themed restaurant was a good value and tasty. We all shared plates and left no food. The tagines were delicious and a seafood /salad mix of plates as well.
We highly recommend others go there!
Had the breakfast set for 2 adults. Meals are reasonably priced though slightly higher than the rest of Morocco. We loved the breakfast spread of Moroccan food.
The place looks great as it resembles a small garden with a...More
This tranquil garden restaurant is a true oasis in the (literal) desert of downtown construction. The entire restaurant is outdoors, and fully covered in canopies and other closed enclaves. I came around noon for lunch, and the place was about half full. Apparently the restaurant...More