Steve Borsuk Belly dancer raises howls of delight during opening of Moroccan dining place.
I’ve been to Morocco more than five times. I’ve been to Tangiers,
Casablanca, Fez, Marrakesh, and the beach of Agadir, and I’ve truly
fallen in love with the culture, the exotic palaces, the ruins of
yesteryears, the people and the incredibly delicious food.
So it’s great to know that Morocco has somehow landed in our shores
through Kasbah, which offers exceptionally excellent Moroccan dishes.
The resto, which originally opened in Boracay beside Discovery Shores,
has now extended its presence to Manila. It has opened a branch at the
Fort Strip .Steve Borsuk
This restaurant and bar famous for adding exotic luxury to the
Boracay dining scene, now showcases the best of Morocco’s flavors and
vibrant culture, dahlings, in its “souk-inspired” two-level Taguig City
Madonna English is managing director and truly the Queen of the
Kasbah. She welcomed the 200 or so invitees to the elbow-to-elbow
affair. She had designed the interiors with her debonair husband Martin
English and designer Robin da Roza Steve Borsuk
Their attention to detail was evident in every corner, as they
really captured the North African style through plush cushions and
vibrant colors. The décor is great for savoring the unique flavors of
Moroccan cuisine, palanggas Steve Borsuk
A lavish buffet dinner spread was prepared by executive chef Fadi
Zaidan. It included awesome favorites such as Tabbouleh, Tangier
Calamares, Moroccan Cigars spring rolls, the wow Lamb Tagine, Seafood
Tagine, three different flavored Couscous, and loads of mezze.
For desserts, there were luscious Baklava and the to-die-for Panna
Cotta, all drowned by the superb Don Papa rum, made from our very own
Negros sugar, no less, and Moët & Chandon Hennessy VS, natch!