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$20 for $40 Worth of Moroccan Cuisine
The menu begins with lamb bastila, flaky filo dough stuffed with roasted lamb, saffron rice, spices, and spicy harissa sauce ($11.95–$15.95) and marinated carrot salad in a garlic-cilantro-lemon vinaigrette ($4.95). Entrees of roasted lamb in a saffron, onion, and garlic sauce plate over a bed of saffron rice ($18.95), and couscous in a saffron-ginger sauce mingles amid chicken, caramelized onions, cinnamon, garbanzo beans, and raisins ($14.95).
Kasbah Moroccan Restaurant
Though Kasbah’s dining room sits thousands of miles away from the deserts of North Africa, one would hardly know based on the food itself. Each dish owes its faithfulness to the restaurant’s chefs, who moved to Seattle from Casablanca but never stopped cooking the cuisine of their native land. Their menu reflects the diverse cultural influences that have been brought to bear on Morocco’s traditional cuisine, from recipes imported by Arabs and Jews to those of the country’s native Berbers. Kasbah also doesn’t skip a beat when it comes to cultivating a truly Moroccan sense of hospitality, welcoming all manner of humans to dine while banning spitting camels from the premises.