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Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar

Ropewalks · African, Moroccan · ££££
175 Reviews

About Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar

Authentically Moroccan, Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar provides an environment of elegance where diners can sample traditional Middle Eastern specialties served by a friendly, knowledgeable staff. An alcohol-free restaurant, Kasbah Cafe is suitable for the entire family, so bring the kids! Open every day of the week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar can be found along Bold Street, just steps from Liverpool Central Station in the heart of the Ropewalks.

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Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar
72 Bold Street, Ropewalks
Liverpool L14HR

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 10:00 am
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

Chef's Choice




couscous, cucumber, tomatoes, parsley, onions, olive oil & lemon juice

Harrira Moroccan Soup

vegetables, chickpeas, vermicellis & tomatoes

Loubya & Merguez

moroccan beans & sausage, served with moroccan bread


Kasbah Burger

home made burger, cheese and kasbah own secret sauce

Lamb Chops

sumptuous lamb chops marinated in Moroccan authentic spices

Kofta Brochettes

minced lamb marinated in moroccan authentic spices


Sweet Moroccan Pancake

choice of: plain, honey, nutella, lemon & sugar

Moroccan Oranges

orange slices drizzled with cinnamon and rose water


rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with honey
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Further Information

Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar, located on Bold Street in Liverpool’s Ropewalks, is unique in that guests are allowed to purchase any of the furniture, jewellery, mirrors, rugs, tables, and chairs – if you see it, you can probably buy it at this restaurant and shop. Kasbah even sells organic cosmetic products if you’re looking to get dolled up, as well as numerous items delivered straight from Morocco. And believe us, you’ll want to buy everything at this beautiful restaurant! The decorations, color scheme and lighting are all simply gorgeous and reminiscent of the Casablanca of old times.

Breakfast at Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar makes for a truly special occasion. Start the morning off right in Liverpool’s Ropewalks district with the msamen and bghrir, Moroccan pancakes and crumpets served with a honey sauce and crushed almonds, or try the Kasbah veggie breakfast, consisting of an array of vegetarian favourites like scrambled eggs, falafel, feta cheese, cucumber, olives and Moroccan bread. Visit during the day for a number of savoury dishes ranging from pan-fried marinated salmon and Tangiers prawns to the signature Kasbah burger and merguez, a Morrocan sausage. Stomach growling yet? Make your reservation and enjoy a truly Moroccan experience at Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar.

175 Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar Reviews

Tammy M.9 days ago · 1 review

Excellent restaurant. The food was absolutely delicious and the service from the staff was great too. The lamb Tagine I had was lovely. I would definitely recommend it.

Heidi L.19 days ago · 2 reviews

We accidentally found this place last year, and made a b line for it again this time. The food is still excellent, and the atmosphere is fantastic. Make a reservation because it's very full at peak times.

Heidi L.19 days ago · 2 reviews

Lovely breakfast and friendly staff! We had to return after a brilliant dinner, and breakfast didn't disappoint.

Frances B.25 days ago · 1 review

Great food and service. Very varied menu suitable for both meat eaters and vegetarians at a reasonable price. Three course lunch at £12.95 was superb value for money. Authentic flavours and plenty of food in each dish. Will definitely return

Frank M.2 years ago · 2 reviews

The Kasbah is an excellent value Moroccan restaurant serving delicious tagines and couscous based dishes in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to an authentic Moroccan soundtrack. If you order a tagine be warned that it comes piping hot so you may have a bit of a wait for it to cool down enough to eat, but well worth the wait! Portions are very generous but we still managed to share a plate of baklava. And all this for about £15 a head. Highly recommended if you're anywhere near Bold Street and worth a bit of a trek if you're not.

stephanie s.2 years ago · 1 review

On Christmas Eve we went as a large family group with children from 6 months to 13 years, we arrived a little early and the staff arranged seating for us straight away. A great menu selection, something for everyone. We ordered a bit of everything to share across the table, and it all arrived together and nice and hot. The service was very good, friendly family atmosphere. We would go here again, and we would recommend a visit.

Kristian B.2 years ago · 1 review

Only the second time I have been and still as good as the first time, all the magic and amazement of the way the food is served and mint tea is poured for the first time is not lost the second time. With a place like Kasbah I don't think it will ever be lost. Great service top notch food & drink, can not wait to go back! Real shame I live so far away :'(

YASMIN D.8 months ago · 1 review

We were a party of nine on a busy Friday night and from the moment we entered the beautiful front door we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Between us we had numerous different dishes which were all authentic, delicious and reasonably priced and we received outstanding service from the staff (with a special mention of our waitress' finely honed skill in the process of pouring mint tea). This is definitely a restaurant that we will revisit.

Wendy M.2 years ago · 1 review

Excellently!!!!!! The for food was delious, the atmosphere was great especially when we had Fez hats on during are meal. The staff were so friendly and helpful an even surprised us with them all singing happy birthday to one of are friends and presented him with a plate of Baclava dessert with a candle lit in it. Would highly recommend it even tho it's school free. I loved the mint tea.

Steve L.2 years ago · 1 review

Great restaurant. Setting was clean and comfortable. Staff were friendly and helpful. We ordered tapas and bread which was spot on and our main courses were huge. It was a nice change going to an alcohol free restaurant and I felt it wasn't rowdy as as result. I went for a drink afterwards but couldn't manage it as I was too stuffed! Highly recommended.

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