Top ChoiceMoroccan in Casablanca

Le Jasmine

This fine-dining Moroccan restaurant is set in an exquisite space at the art deco Hôtel Le Doge. With its red-velvet chairs, ornate stained-glass ceiling, marble floors and sparkling chandeliers, it's like...

Top ChoiceBakery in Casablanca

Pâtisserie Bennis Habous

Secreted in a lane in the Souq Habous, this famous patisserie deserves a dedicated visit. Make your choice of traditional Maghrebi pastries such as cornes de gazelle (crescent-shaped cookies stuffed with almond...

Top ChoiceMediterranean in Casablanca

Rick’s Café

Immerse yourself in Bogart and Bergman’s Casablanca at this reimagining of Rick's celluloid cafe. The art deco interiors, the strains of ‘As Time Goes By’ and fez-clad bartenders will transport you to the famed...

Top ChoiceMediterranean in Casablanca

Le Cabestan Ocean View

Perched beneath the lighthouse, this stylish restaurant has a French Riviera feel and Mediterranean-inspired menu. Opt for just-caught fish and seafood, perhaps salt-baked sea bass, and wash it down with a...

Top ChoiceInternational in Casablanca


This supercool spot takes its inspiration from global flavours, mixing them with Moroccan produce and European culinary techniques. The result is creative dishes that taste as good as they look – such as Zulu, a...

Top ChoiceFrench in Casablanca

Restaurant Brasserie La Bavaroise

Down a dishevelled street behind the Marché Centrale, La Bavaroise has been serving an ultraloyal local clientele since 1968 and shows no sign of losing its popularity. The speciality is grass-fed beef from the...

Top ChoiceTapas in Casablanca

La Bodéga

Local partygoers of all ages love this hybrid tapas bar-restaurant where meaty dishes are served accompanied by a soundtrack of loud – and often live – music (everything from salsa to Arabic pop). Spanish vino...

Seafood in Casablanca

Restaurant du Port de Pêche

Packed to the gills at lunch and dinner, this tried-and-trusted restaurant on the upstairs floor of a building in the middle of Casablanca's port serves the city's freshest and finest seafood. Fish can be enjoyed...

Cafe in Casablanca

Bondi Coffee Kitchen

This cool contemporary cafe is a Moroccan-Australian enterprise aiming to bring healthy yet delicious eating to Casa. Think salmon poke and mango pickle, or prawn spaghetti with roasted cherry tomatoes and...

Japanese in Casablanca


This zen restaurant's ambition is to combine the best of Japan and Morocco and it works; the sushi, sashimi and dishes such as black cod with preserved lemons and turbot meunière with yuzu are sublime. Dine in or...

Moroccan in Casablanca

La Sqala

Tucked in to and named after the ochre walls of an 18th-century fortified bastion on the edge of the old medina, this pretty garden restaurant is a tranquil escape from the downtown bustle. Particularly popular...

French in Casablanca

Le Rouget de L’isle

Occupying a charming 1930s villa in a leafy street near the Abderrahman Slaoui Foundation Museum, this upmarket restaurant is known for its modern French cuisine served in a wonderful garden scented with...

French in Casablanca

La Taverne du Dauphin

A Casablanca institution, this staunchly traditional restaurant near Casa Port has been serving up fruits de mer (seafood) since it opened in 1958 and is particularly busy at lunchtime. Service is friendly, there...

Seafood in Casablanca


Head to this restaurant in the port for a taste of Oualidia's famous oysters, fresh from the restaurant's own oyster farm. Follow up with some just-caught fish.

Moroccan in Casablanca

Dar Beida

Attentive service and luxurious surrounds are the hallmarks of this pricey restaurant in the Hyatt Regency. You'll dine on a low couch and look your best under the mood lighting – it's a great place for a...

Moroccan in Casablanca

Al Mounia

Sit in a lovely courtyard under an ancient pepper tree or in a richly decorated salon covered with zellige (colourful geometric mosaic tilework) when dining at this long-standing Casablancan favourite. The menu...

Market in Casablanca

Marché Central

The Marché Central is a great place to have lunch after exploring the market – the cross-shaped fish market is particularly impressive. Tables from a dozen simple eateries are crammed with diners feasting on huge...

Cafe in Casablanca

Frédéric Cassel Haute Pâtisserie

In the upmarket Anfa district, this cafe and pâtisserie from celebrated French pastry chef Cassel, serves top-quality cakes and pastries. It's a popular choice for breakfast, with indoor and outdoor seating.