It was the beginning of the off-season in Boracay when we visited in early June. Because of this, Kasbah’s usual spread of silk couches and pillows on the shore were gone, instead during high tide the ocean water threatened to encroach on the restaurant’s main dining space.
This did not stop us from sampling their goods. We were with my siblings who loved the food at Kasbah, a Moroccan restaurant in Station One, a venue not only of food but of music and entertainment as well.
We sampled a selection of four kemias along with some flatbread, which is the traditional start to a Moroccan meal. Continue reading