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We had lunch. As per the server’s advise. Special. Of the Day. We ordered and service was good. And good timing. Also ordered the small bottle of wine. And food and wine were excellent. Wine from Casa Blanca.
Situated 200 meters from beach front and across the road from the Casbah is this quaint seafood restaurant.Inside it is warm and inviting and the walls are adorned with old pictures.The staff are very welcoming and polite.
I chose to dine outside and watch the...donkeys pulling their carts.Inside you can select the fresh fish from the cabinet.They also serve pizza, I chose the tuna which was very nice.There are toilets out the back which are very clean.More
Quite a good first impression: discent layout, fully crowded, serving alcohol, accepting card payments (all quite rare for Morocco). Unfortunately food, above the seafood paella was more than mediocre. The vegitable soup tasted as instant, the meatballs were overcumined, the creme brule was sour and...tasted burned, so totally spoiled. Overall kudos for the unique things here and advice to improve cuisine in order to be top.More
The character of this restaurant is Spanish as is the cuisine.
The marinaded tuna was very tasty indeed. The swordfish was beautifully cooked and the flash fried a anchovies was a portion too far.
All in all a decent meal. It was a quiet Monday...night so little atmosphere. Slightly spoilt by smoking waiters just outside the door.More
My partner and I have just walked back to our hotel after eating the sweetest Tuna steaks and best fries ever!!!
Service is great, prices are great, location is great, eat inside or outside and the food is Amazing!
We are from Australia and have been traveling in Morocco for two months. This is the best restaurant experienced in Morocco. Very friendly staff, excellent menu and a wine list. Enjoy the seafood and they have a excellent filet of beef. Great location just next...to the Medina with inside and outside dinning. Go and enjoy as its very good and not expensive - we went twice for lunch. And be careful as some reviews are not good but these people have not traveled and they should stay home.More
We came across Casa Pepe by chance, as we walked out of the Medina, without the benefit of any reviews. We were greeted by Hisham - such a great and friendly waiter. During the first night we had a great chat with a couple at...a next table (regular clients), we chatted with some members of the owner’s family and felt so much at home, that we went back three more times during our stay in Morocco. The service has gotten friendlier at each visit, that we felt nostalgic at our last evening. The fish refrigerated display was fabulous with langouste, gambas, crab, john dory, sea bass, rock lobster, daurade, and turbot. As we came several times during the week, we were reassured to find new and different fish everyday in the display. We only ate fish dishes and they were all great. We always asked for the fish and vegetables to be undercooked (In Morocco the tendency is to overcook everything) and we got everything right. We had fabulous a la plancha fresh tuna (again had to ask for it rare), tuna and anchovies ceviche, seafood soup, the famous paella, different but fresh and tasty. The lightly floured fried sardines and calamari were also tasty, crunchy and not greasy.
We tried the creme brûlée/Catalana and we can say, it was good.
The service included some appetizers that were offered : fresh sardines in escabeche, and other Moroccan entrees that my Moroccan friends described as very good even in terms of home-made standards: Zaalouk (cold aubergines with tomatoes and garlic), tomato/pepper puree, spinach puree. Tea came with tasty homemade biscuits and a Moroccan version of Contucci.
As for wines, they carry a good selection of Moroccan white, rosé and red wines. We liked a light Sauvignon that was good enough to accompany a late night supper.
If we ever come back, we will certainly make sure we stop at Casa PepeMore