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Casablanca, Morocco chinese gem

solanaceae Mar 27, 2008 02:03 PM

After a failed desperate search for restaurant recommendations recently for a transitory night in Casablanca, was shocked to find a wonderful Chinese hole-in-the-wall in the nearby beach suburb of Ain Diab. Fifteen minutes and 35 Dinhars away from the city center, it's worth the drive. Relatively authentic classic dishes with a scattering of pan-asian bites, including the memorable Vietnamese style rolls. I have no professional training, but have traveled and eaten extensively in China and was accompanied by a native who agreed with my assessment.

Rue de la Mer Rouge
Ain Diab, Casablanca, Morocco

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    sonofdragon Oct 5, 2008 06:38 AM


    We are heading to Casablanca this October. Would you happen to know if there's a Chinatown? Thank you.


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      sonofdragon Dec 3, 2008 08:23 PM

      OK. I just got back from Morocco, and there is no Chinatown in this tiny African country. There are chinese, thai, vietnamese restaurants. But I don't know how authentic the food are. Just for the info. Thanks.

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