Al Casbah opening over Christmas – Closed from the 25th of December to the 4th of January.
A mix of traditional and modern cuisine
Enjoy our freshly made meze dips, grilled meats and fish which are cooked for you on a large open charcoal grill or if you fancy something different from our kitchen try the tagines and couscous we have to offer.
“The warm and vibrant interior with the draping tent will leave you feeling as though you have entered an ancient medina.”
What people are saying about our restaurant
Anyone, who visits our place leaves us well fed and in a great mood!
The warmth of the Al-Casbah Restaurant welcomed us in, the invitation we have been given to come here was about to start. We were seated kindly, with a smile, the relaxing feeling soon coiled in and we became warm and cosy. We were promptly given our drinks and left chatting and listening to the Algerian music. For my started I ordered Humous Salad and Pita Bread, it was like a melting sensation inside in my mouth, all the herbs blended together and the creamy Humous combined with olive-oil was so tasty. I then ordered my main course which was Spicy Lamb Sausages, more Salad and Rice, all the cultural flavours conjoined together and became a mouth-watering passion, the sausages were so rich in flavour and the rice was the best rice I've ever tasted! The Pastry (Baklava) was a honey – sweet emotion, the layers of pastry filled with chopped nuts and syrup was heaven, the cream tingled in my mouth with sweet surprise. Overall this was a friendly, enjoyable experience I would defiantly come here again
We went to Al-Casbah restaurant for lunch on the 3 December at the end of mill road bridge (Cambridge). We had a 3 course meal and a drink, it was very delicious. For our starter I had the chorba it was a Algerian soup it was a tomato based soup with noodles fresh vegetables and herbs flavoured with shoulder of lamb. For my main course I had the kafta it was also Algerian meal it was skewered minced lamb prepared with fresh herbs and spices. And for my desert I had the baklava it was a Algerian desert it was honey wrapped pastries with sugar and you could have it with cream or ice cream. And about the staff the where very friendly and welcoming with a smile on their face and they greeted us well I would definitely go back there one day.
A few of my class members and I were kindly invited to experience some high quality Mediterranean cuisine at the Al-Casbah on Mill Road a few days ago. The restaurant's appearance was very interesting and a good conversation topic; the décor of the restaurant set an extremely cultural but inviting atmosphere which everyone enjoyed. For a starter I had fresh, warm pita bread with, honestly the best homous I have ever tasted. I couldn't get enough. I also had tabbouleh with my starter which had an exceptionally interesting texture and was indulged in a fruity tang flavour. For a main course I picked the vegetarian crepe which most definitely lived up to expectations. The exterior of the dish was coated in smooth, melted cheese, along with a burst of flavour from the tomato sauce which made an excellent combination. The inside of the crepe was filled with perfectly cooked spinach, and had a pleasant, sweet taste to it.
Choose a perfect combination of starters and main dishes, thanks to our Chef’s specials
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Al Casbah restaurant offers a cozy, home-like atmosphere to help you enjoy your dinner and have a peace of mind… We assembled a strong team of professionals, all of whom aspire to constantly excel and step it up!!
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