A feast of couscous and tagines awaits you at Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant.
Healthy food is in, as it should be, so come here for a tasty, low-fat and gluten-free bite.
Parents appreciate this restaurant's kid-friendly attitude, and little ones are often seen dining out with the adults.
Your group can sit comfortably at Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant, a local restaurant.
In addition to its great location, Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant is also located near plenty of parking options.
Treating yourself doesn't mean breaking the bank, come taste the great dishes Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant has to offer.
Casablanca Moroccan Restaurant's Moroccan cuisine offers diners something different for dinner.
Though dining inside of a tent usually means charred hot dogs and ghost stories, El Morocco replaces these traditions with spectacle: entrees of entire cornish hens, ornate floor pillows, and belly dancers. A canvas ceiling shelters these displays and captures the aromas of meat and Moroccan spices as they drift from the kitchen. These scents emanate from entrees of couscous, lamb garlanded with almonds and honey, and dishes of braised hare—all part of an authentic Moroccan menu dreamed up by owner Fadil Shahin.
Fadil's love of music drives his venue's hypnotizing performances. Belly dancers sway and shimmy on Tuesday–Sunday evenings, brandishing swords and scarves to augment their choreography. Undulating instructors can even enroll students in a belly-dance showcase on the first and second Sunday night of each month. The "dancers' nights" provide both pros and up-and-comers with valuable stage time, allowing them to practice their eclectic skills for audiences. Fadil might regale guests with tunes on the lute-like oud, or percussion rhythms on the darbuka. In addition to entrancing regular diners, the entertainment adds glamour and festivity to group events, including weddings and crying parties.
Enjoy traditional Moroccan food like couscous at Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant.
Round out your meal with a little tipple — this restaurant has a terrific drink list, including beer, wine, and more.
Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at this restaurant, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining.
Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant is a great location to host a group dinner.
Wear what you like when you dine at Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining.
This restaurant offers carryout for your convenience.
Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant prides itself in its delicious catering.
Find a close parking spot on the street or in a parking lot near Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant.
Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant's mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less.
Short on cash? No problem. Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant happily accepts all major credit cards.
So come get a delightful taste of Morocco at Marrakech Morroccan Restaurant.
With more than two decades in business, Cafe Morocco has put in the practice and hard work for its traditional Mediterranean cuisine to earn a Very Good to Excellent rating from Zagat. While pita triangles sop up hummus and tabbouleh, ceiling fans circulate the savory aroma of vegetarian couscous filled with red potatoes and italian squash, and chicken kebabs marinated overnight in potent moroccan spices. The decor complements the exotic flavors with North African accents, such as a colorful fabric trail hanging from the ceiling and turret-shaped outlines framing the windows and kitchen. Patrons can also sip on a cup of sage tea from a metal kettle surrounded by walls covered with painted plates, gilded antique weapons, and gilded antique permits for carrying a dagger.
Fiore: A User’s Guide
Italian Fusion Cuisine | Romantic Dining Room | Prime Rib Night | Locally-Sourced Ingredients
Antipasti: Napolitano—layers of baked eggplant with mozzarella, basil, and shaved parmesan
Salad: roasted beets with goat cheese and candied walnuts in a honey mustard dressing
Entree: ravioli stuffed with porcini mushrooms and coated in creamy truffle marsala
Dessert: cheesecake with seasonal fruit toppings
Behind the Apron: Chef Habib El Jacifi, who hails from Casablanca. He speckles his Italian cuisine with hints of his native Morocco, along with French and Spanish flavours. He also works with local and regional farmers to source sustainable ingredients.
Where to Sit:
If romance is what you’re seeking, ask for a table inside the signature “Red Room.” Chef Jacifi painted the space deep red and chose artwork that evokes a Parisian vibe.
When to Go: Wednesday night—it’s the only day prime rib is on the menu.
Inside Tip: Whole wheat or gluten-free pasta is available upon request.
While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Surprise your dinner date with a romantic bouquet from Clayton Sonset Flowers (5354 Clayton Road).
After: Ditch the dinner jacket and end the night with some good old-fashioned fun at Clayton Valley Bowl (5300 Clayton Road).
If You Can’t Make It, Try This: keep ordering lasagna until someone says something at Bella Ristorante Italian Cuisine (5458 Ygnacio Valley Road).
At Beirut Falafel Hut, seasoned meat spins on vertical rotisseries and fruity hookah smoke drifts through the air. For more than a decade, this unassuming eatery has specialized in churning out Middle Eastern and Lebanese dishes that are as simple as they are authentic. The no-frills menu features deep-fried falafel with sesame-seed sauce, spice-crusted lamb and beef kabobs, and chicken and cabbage dressed in garlic sauce.