What I liked about this place:
This was the first Moroccan restaurant that I have ever tried, and it was delicious! I don't know about any of you guys, but I have a tendency to be hesitant in trying new foods especially when they are outside my comfort zone. However, this food was delicious and affordable.
My friends and I visited on a Sunday, and for those of you who don't mind crowds, this was jam packed at noon. I'm telling you, this is the happening place. It is a very popular spot to be, apparently.
As you see in the pictures, the menu is simple. So it makes the decision process very easy. At least for us non-carnivores. haha.
Another thing I liked is the fact that it catered to various people. So if you were hanging out with your non-plant-based friends, well, there was something for them. And most importantly, something for you too. It's one of my biggest pet peeves - going to a restaurant and realizing that the only thing we can eat is rice and kimchi. haha. Not that it's that bad, but if it's every get-together, get's pretty old, real quick.
If you're looking to try something new, have a little cultural experience, I'd give this place a try. I had the lentil soup, the Moroccan salad, the Veggie Shakshukas. My friend had the veggie sandwich and a lentil soup as well.
All in all, it was a wonderful hangout with wonderful people and satisfying food.
Address: 35 Yongsan 2-ga-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
로 35 신흥 Yongsan 2(i)ga-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Phone number: +82 2-797-8367
Hours :Tuesday - Sunday 12-10pm
LINE 6: Noksapyeong Station exit 2
Walk straight past the first stoplight intersection.
Head towards the left and you should see some kimchi pots.
Keep walking straight for about two minutes.
You should see Casablanca on the left side.
Restaurant Rating System
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Quality of ingredients 9
Location: Easy to get to
Price: Economical - $