Review by John (26th April 2012)
excellent food and service.
Review by Eveline (17th March 2012)
It is a nice restaurant, lovely food and good service. Particularly the tapas are nice. The drawback was that there was no bread with our tapas, and when we asked for some, they charged us £1,95 for one small flat loaf. That was a bit mean......
Review by Morgo23 (14th March 2012)
I recently visited Kasbah Cafe
Review by Kelly (2nd March 2012)
My friends and i went to the Kasbah Bizarre, for my birthday meal, and i have to say it is one of the most amazing restaurants and probably one of the best meals i and my friends have ever had! As soon as you walk in through the door your no longer in Liverpool your in Morroco with tastefully decorated ambiance, beautiful aroma's that are breath taking, A warm and friendly greeting were you are made to feel special. we had the platters an tagines and kofta's, we didn't speak much while eating as the food was so delicious! Aromatic mint tea complimentary! Myself and my friends work in the hotel industry and all agreed we would highly recommend the KASBAH BIZARRE to any of our guests who are looking for something different, we will be returning to this fabulous restaurant as couldn't fault anything, absolutely amazing!! as my friend kerry kept saying last night love this so unique,! We all loved it x
Review by Nicole (19th February 2012)
Highly recommended. We stumbled upon this cafe looking for a quick bite for lunch, and having passed lots of Costa's, Cafe Neros'/ Starbucks etc we found Kasbah.From the moment we walked in I got a good feeling about the place, atmosphere, lots of glass morrocan lanterns hanging from the ceiling and carpets and brass tables all around. I saw a lady having the tagine as I walked past and even though we were only looking for a sandwich, I had to order it.It was the tastiest thing I have eaten in a long time. So much flavour, and the lamb was perfectly cooked. It was £8.95, not cheap cheap but amazing value for money when you see what you get. Very big portion, plus rice with 2 large pieces of lamb. I now know it's more of a main course than a snack! But polished it all off anyway as it was so delicious. I left the cafe very warmed and contented on a cold February afternoon.
Review by Natasha (9th January 2012)
I went in and have ended up booking my birthday there I loved it the food wasn't pricey but the seesha does add up but we got a free one as the owners were lovely and gave us a free one! the food is great and tasty full of flavour. the managers were so friendly and had a very friendly informal approach talking to everyone. you can buy everything you see in there its amazing i would tell anyone to go.
Review by Dorothy (19th December 2011)
Fabulous, fresh and authentic. That goes for everything. The food, tableware, decor, ambiance, service and the warm welcome which awaits you. Also open throughout the day, serving their versatile menu and offering an opportunity to purchase authentic Moroccan items.