Denver Restaurant Guide

Palais Casablanca
5 stars (2 ratings)

(303) 871-0494

2488 S University Blvd, Denver, CO 80210

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Dining Specials

India Express
Indian, Indian/Pakistan, Organic, Casual/Family
Mecca Grill
Middle Eastern, Casual/Family, Banquet/Party Room, Catering

Restaurant Description

is the best authentic moroccan cuisine i have test
i am from paris we do have several moroccan cuisine this is the best i ben in morocco several times is the best
October 26, 2010 @ 12:12 AM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from florida m
from sofi b florida The BESTof the best moroccan cuisine i have from florida @ y-yk! Everything is super fresh and flavorfull! The perfect amount of garlic and by i spices to give everything the right kick. Service is friendly and attentive. The prices are reasonable from $9:95 to $24:95 for the quality of food. I love the chicken Bastiya, I have never tasted something like it. The stewed Lamb mrouzia and Chicken lemon and olives, both fall of the bone. Very well the salmon tajine i will send friend to the place
palais casablanca you are the best sofi.
October 21, 2010 @ 4:51 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from california
by nicols 12/16/2007Although the food was excellent the experience is what makes it the best. When you walk in the atmosphere is inviting and the staff is very friendly. You sit around a table and have the choice to either sit on the floor, on a pillow of course, or on the bench. Once you have ordered they come around with hot moroccan food. I was very aprehensive about eating with my hands but found it to be a lot of fun. The meal is a lacart now incude moroccan harira soup 25.95 per person plus tax and drinks, but is worth it! I would strongly recommend palais Casablanca to anyone looking for an unforgetable evening. If you go you need to make reservations and plan on spending at least 1 to 2 hours eating dinner. Also if you go on friday Saturday night they have a belly dancer that just makes the evening perfect

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Avg Rating: 5  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 2

October 26, 2010 @ 12:12 AM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from florida m
from sofi b florida The BESTof the best moroccan cuisine i have from florida @ y-yk! Everything is super fresh and flavorfull! The perfect amount of garlic and by i spices to give everything the right kick. Service is friendly and attentive. The prices are reasonable from $9:95 to $24:95 for the quality of food. I love the chicken Bastiya, I have never tasted something like it. The stewed Lamb mrouzia and Chicken lemon and olives, both fall of the bone. Very well the salmon tajine i will send friend to the place
palais casablanca you are the best sofi.
October 21, 2010 @ 4:51 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from california
by nicols 12/16/2007Although the food was excellent the experience is what makes it the best. When you walk in the atmosphere is inviting and the staff is very friendly. You sit around a table and have the choice to either sit on the floor, on a pillow of course, or on the bench. Once you have ordered they come around with hot moroccan food. I was very aprehensive about eating with my hands but found it to be a lot of fun. The meal is a lacart now incude moroccan harira soup 25.95 per person plus tax and drinks, but is worth it! I would strongly recommend palais Casablanca to anyone looking for an unforgetable evening. If you go you need to make reservations and plan on spending at least 1 to 2 hours eating dinner. Also if you go on friday Saturday night they have a belly dancer that just makes the evening perfect
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October 26, 2010 @ 12:12 AM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from florida m
from sofi b florida The BESTof the best moroccan cuisine i have from florida @ y-yk! Everything is super fresh and flavorfull! The perfect amount of garlic and by i spices to give everything the right kick. Service is friendly and attentive. The prices are reasonable from $9:95 to $24:95 for the quality of food. I love the chicken Bastiya, I have never tasted something like it. The stewed Lamb mrouzia and Chicken lemon and olives, both fall of the bone. Very well the salmon tajine i will send friend to the place
palais casablanca you are the best sofi.
October 21, 2010 @ 4:51 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from california
by nicols 12/16/2007Although the food was excellent the experience is what makes it the best. When you walk in the atmosphere is inviting and the staff is very friendly. You sit around a table and have the choice to either sit on the floor, on a pillow of course, or on the bench. Once you have ordered they come around with hot moroccan food. I was very aprehensive about eating with my hands but found it to be a lot of fun. The meal is a lacart now incude moroccan harira soup 25.95 per person plus tax and drinks, but is worth it! I would strongly recommend palais Casablanca to anyone looking for an unforgetable evening. If you go you need to make reservations and plan on spending at least 1 to 2 hours eating dinner. Also if you go on friday Saturday night they have a belly dancer that just makes the evening perfect