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Eating Out in Casablanca, Morocco
When eating out in Casablanca, do take note that most of their restaurants only open after 7. With that said, Moroccan cuisine is both exotic and delicious, whether you're waiting for a restaurant that you've heard raves about or just heading to the nearby pub or street stall, food would not disappoint you.

Located on Brahim Roudani Blvd, Le Cigale would be the best place to head to when you're on a budget but still want to have a good meal in a restaurant. This place doubles up as a bar as well and can get crowded and noisy on most nights. Another place with great food at a really affordable rate, Café Maure, Located on Almohades Blvd is a refreshing break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Lovely gardens surround this quaint restaurant with seafood and a variety of salads and juices on the menu for your choosing.

For those who love their breakfast, Patisserie de l'Opera is the place for you to drop in. On 50 blvd du 11 Janvier, this little bakery/café provides a good breakfast with a choice of freshly made cakes on the sidelines to tempt you as well. Similar to Patisserie de l'Opera, would be Patisserie Bennis Habous. Located in Quartier Habous on 2 Rue Fkih El Grabbas, this place whips up some of the most delectable Moroccan treats available out there.

If you fancy Moroccan food with a twist try La Fibule, located on Blvd de la Comiche. This restaurant overlooks the ocean and its menu's consist of Moroccan and Lebanese dishes that taste as good as they sound on the menu. A real warm atmosphere, La Fibule is popular with the locals as well and though it may be a little pricey for them, it's more than reasonable for tourists like us. On the topic of fusion food, don't forget to try Mystic garden, located on 33 Blvd de la Corniche; which serves up a mixture of Asian and French fusion. Food is tasteful and the ambiance is modern and sleek, something different from the traditional restaurants out there.

Another famous cuisine in Casablanca would be the French Cuisine and where better to savor the best of this than Brasserie La Bavaroise. Located on 129 Rue Allah ben Abdellah, this place is one of the more high end restaurants where you'll see the locals hang out in style. Foods such as veal and fish are cooked in classic French recipes which are done to perfection to make your dining experience worth the buck.
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Orson Johnson writes for Holiday Velvet, a website providing Morocco accommodation and world vacation rentals.
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