Under a celebratory Mediterranean tent and among traditional decor, you may dine on authentic Moroccan cuisine at the Casbah. The restaurant serves ... More
Casbah Moroccan Restaurant
Under a celebratory Mediterranean tent and among traditional decor, you may dine on authentic Moroccan cuisine at the Casbah. The restaurant serves dinner only, seven nights a week. With specialty kabobs, leg of lamb, and seafood entrees, the Casbah also offers a variety of vegetarian dishes. Belly dancers entertain customers beginning at 6:30pm nightly.
What are you a 150 get with the times. The belly dancer made it a different atmosphere and made it interesting. The food smelt different because it is from a different country. I had the lamb it was amazing. Next time go to applebees if you can handle culture change!!!
Food was awful and pricey for what you received. Service was wonderful but I had a hard time eating my food, not only because it tasted terrible but the smell was even worse! Was also uncomfortable with the dancer coming to our table flashing a dollar bill in her waistline, obviously wanting us to tip her...I thought that was done in strip bars!? Quite tastless to say the least.
we go here like every other week we love it there and the manager is great if theres and problem he will do his best to fix it. The belly dancing is great and so is the food and the atmosphere is amazing i love this place and i hope it stays open forever!!!
We have lived in the Savannah area 3 years now and this is the only restaurant we have found with consistently excellent food. Most of the restaurants around here are overblown hype, but this one is the real deal. Food is seasoned to perfection, spicy but not overwhelming. And you get free entertainment (belly dancing with a free lesson if you want). Service has always been great. The shrimp casablanca is delicious and the dishes with apricot sauce are memorable as well. Even though it's not Southern food, it's the best food in Savannah.
i made reservations for three at casbah, which included me, my husband and daughter. this was a surprise dinner for my husband's birthday which was mentioned during the reservation. halfway through dinner i asked our waitress was there anything going to be done for my husband since it was his birthday. she said that she had it taken care of. i said ok. we waited a little while longer then me and my daughter went to the restroom. while we were in the restroom i heard some loud noise and music. i thought it was another belly dancer that had came out. when we get back to the table my husband tells me that we missed them singing happy birthday to him. i was very upset. i expressed my feelings about this to our waitrss and she made very light of this situation. i really did not want to cause a scene so we just left. for 2 adults and one child our ticket was $105. this ruined the whole night. for this to be such an upscale restaurant i felt they should have evaluated the table before anything like that was done. this was suppose to been the hightlight of the night and me and my daughter missed it. i called the manager the next day and he showed very little remorse for my feeings. he had the nerve to say he can see if it was the food or something. which was not that great. he proceeded to say it was just a minor mistake and had a very unconcern tone in his voice. in my opinion, this was very poor customer service. i will never go there again. the belly dancers looked like ordinary girls who may have taken a couple belly dancing classes. I feel that this restaurant is over rated and over priced. The only good thing i have to say is that the scenery and environment is quite pleasant. if i had to do it all over again i would not have chosed casbah restaurant for an surprise dinner for my husand. i was very disappointed.
This is not your typical savannah restaurant served up with grits. This place has style, ambiance and a touch of class that adds up to fun, good food and excellent service. My group celebrated my granddaughter's 18th birthday here and it was the right choice. The menu is not extensive (check it out on their web site before you go) but the food is excellent and not overly spicy as I had expected. The goodlooking waiter and lovely belly dancer only added to the charm. I would call this restaurant one of Savannah's best.
One of the best Morroccan restaurants I have ever been to
By A Yahoo Contributor, 10/18/07
Tremendous food, nice tent-like atmosphere, and a lot of fun! I have been to Morroccan Restaurants all across the US and the price is actually less than most (despite being pricey for Savannah). The food is excellent and very authentic (to the person who said it wasn't real). As a food lover, I feel that this is a great place. As a chef, I have had better food, but not in Savannah and not for under $100.00 for two.