The restaurant is beautiful, clean inside the stuffs are nice and give me a great customer service unfortunately when I asked few questions about the menu no one had a clue, I’m Moroccan the food tasted nothing like Moroccan, incorrect ingredients in your Harira soup, seafood pastila, chicken pastila, Spain paella I paid $150 plus tip for that and was not what I came for.
I loved my lamb shank but my wife and daughter thought the rack of lamb was just okay. Great ambience with authentic Moroccan dancing and excellent service.
Okay, I have come back to my original review which was as follows (I will explain my return and edit below): "No stars at all! This was the worst restaurant experience I have had in YEARS. My companion ordered her two items, and I ordered an appetizer for us to share, and my entre. She received her food; after 45 minutes I had to find the waiter to ask where my food was. The appetizer came out about ten minutes later. They cleared the table to pack up my friend's left overs . . . and I still had not received my entre. We had been there an hour and ten minutes. The owner asked us if everything was okay, and I told him it was not and how very disappointed I was, and asked that they pack my entre to go. He said he would 'take care of it.' I guess he meant packing my food: there certainly was no adjustment to the bill. I WILL NOT be going back. How terribly disappointing. And it is not like they were busy; the restaurant was about 25% occupied. It is a splurge to go out to eat; this dinner was about as disappointing as it could get." Now that I am not starving and upon reflection, I believe this was actually more a genuine cultural misunderstanding than poor service. Middle eastern food is ordered to be shared; we ordered our meal this time as Americans -- each ordering individual items as my friend is a strict vegetarian and I am not. Her order consisted of a soup and what was listed on the menu as a 'salad.' Those items are traditionally served first, before even an appetizer, and while I did not order soup, the 'salad' would be a shared item. Hence, the appetizer was not brought while she slowly ate the salad -- and I suspect the staff assumed we were eating a leisurely, three-hour meal (also very traditional). So then, of course, the chicken tagine was not being served until the appetizer was done! I do think the wait staff should have inquired as to the order of the food when they saw I was not eating. . . . but it is okay. I change my review, and chalk it up to cultural misunderstanding, but suggest that when you order make it clear what your 'meal plan' is to the server if you have some appetizer items that are being eaten as someone's main course.
Why isn’t this place packed with people? Another hidden gem. The building on the outside isn’t very appealing, but inside is a whole new wonderful world! Great atmosphere and great food. We had the honey lamb and rack of lamb followed by baklava. All delicious and the staff was great!
My teacher was there he brand his friend there and they ate there and payed a good tip and got Terrible food and he left his that 400$ and the restaurant took them and he called after 10 minutes after he left and never got it back
a very beautiful restaurant with a magnificent North African style decoration, which offers traditional and modern dishes full of flavor and taste. all managed by a very friendly and respectful person. We thank you for your hospitality, we had a great time
Amazing food and great customer service!
Very cozy and Moroccan atmosphere!
We go for the combo $42/ guest and we have an amazing evening here at Cassablanca Their honey lamb is simply the best, it just melts in your mouth and your brain The couscous with vegetable are surprisingly good, super savory and tender I also like their decoration, it feels very authentic You can claim the deal on Yelp to get $15 off your bill