Morocco’s culture is tightly intertwined. A blur of national identity and religion, this country’s history is a diverse tapestry, as varied as the colours woven into each carpet sold on the street.
Offers private tuition in Arabic.
This 200-seat theatre hosts plays (usually in Arabic) and the occasional music recital or dance performance.
Hip, happening and loved by a mixed-aged group of Casablanca’s finest, La Bodéga is essentially a tapas bar with good (meaty) mains,...
Locals and expats like to hang out in this upmarket brasserie behind the Marché Central, partly for the French cuisine, partly to see and be seen. It offers a good selection of fish as well as French classics such as veal, steak and pheasant cooked to perfection. Meat is grilled on a wood fire. It has a pleasant atmosphere and a friendly welcome. Every month the menu features specialities from a different region of France. The same owners also run La Bodéga next door.