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“Tasty food welcoming staff”
Review of Casa Saada - CLOSED

Casa Saada
Price range: $2 - $12
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Delivery, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Delivery, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Reviewed March 17, 2013 via mobile

Hidden amongst the chaos is this haven of peace and good food. Friendly reception from the staff we had the pick of the place. Clean and comfy. French speaking. The moroccan food was tasty and filling. Recommend the Lamb Tagine although the pizzas looked good. No alcohol available. Reasonably priced 80dh mains. Worth a visit.

1  Thank Christopher R
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

We went here twice recently as the food was so good. The excellent couscous royale which we shared was very generous and delicious. The other day we had tagines which were tasty and the meat was tender and flavourful. Try the strawberry juice- freshly made and yummy. The chef brought the food to the table himself and was very welcoming. From the terrace we could see the storks nest on the nest near the mosque of the Kasbah.

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1  Thank HCW4
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Reviewed March 13, 2013 via mobile

A party of 3- we had lamb and chicken tangine and the chicken pastille followed by chocolate mousse, creme caramel and apple pastille. All courses were excellent and the service very hospitable.

Would highly recommend

Thank Alfie N
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Reviewed March 12, 2013

We went here after visiting the Saadian tombs. We were wandering around looking for somewhere to eat (being paranoid that we were going to get ill) and then the man came out of this restaurant holding the tripadvisor reviews so we decided to try it.
The meal was delicious - I had the lamb tajine with the dried fruits and it was my favourite meal of the holiday. The service was quick, particularly in comparison with some of the other places that we ate in and the staff were friendly.

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Thank Leanne W
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Reviewed March 2, 2013

We ate dinner here in this nice cozy place just close to the entrance of the Saadian Tombs and between the kebab stands. We were the first guests of the evening and were not sure if it was alreay open but we were warmly welcomed by a waiter who spoke english. The roof top terrace is sheltered (warm enough to sit outdoors on a cool February evening) and has views of the market below and storks nesting on the wall of the mosque. The oriental soup was really outstanding. The Tagines were very good and deserts too. The menu is morrocan-european. Good value for really good food and authentic setting.

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Thank KeemBay
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