"Here we welcomed the Year of the Dragon by pigging out on the resto’s authentic Moroccan menu. This year, the resto presented the legendary Noli Aurillo, the finest acoustic guitar player, together with the mesmerizing Lamayag Tribal Group, mixing eastern dancing with western acoustic medleys. But don’t worry, you lovers of superbly prepared food. Kasbah will have a grand opening at The Fort Strip this April. Now this is one resto which is a must-go for a superb, awesome, satisfactory dinner."
Philippine Daily Inquirer
"Kasbah offers exquisite Moroccan cuisine in a relaxed North African, souk-by-the-beach ambience, with cool music and friendly service. A must-try are the Tagines, stews of lamb, chicken or beef that marry sweet and savory, slow cooked for hours creating a magical blend of spices, honey, almonds, prunes and meat. The Chicken Pastilla is a delicious pastry filled with chicken, almonds and cinnamon, perfect as a light meal or main course. At Kasbah, one gets a slice of Moroccan food and culture, and is best enjoyed by sharing plates of great food, with potent and generous cocktails, and cool tunes, all in a fabulous beachfront setting."
"The motif of pink, red, blue and orange that highlighted the place blended well with the pristine sand and deep blue sea. One can have the option to sit in a cozy sofa or a wooden chair. I chose to dine al-fresco in the latter amidst the coconut trees that lined the shore. Despite the soaring temperatures, having lunch in a beach was an exhilarating experience that does not happen every so often."
"I’d recommend this place to friends, who enjoy trying out new flavours. This is also a lovely place for dinner dates in the island since the restaurant is cozily tucked in at Station 1."
Ma. Lourdes Arevalo
"Kasbah Boracay extends beyond being just a Boracay restaurant, and contributes to the famed Boracay nightlife with great entertainment."
"Kasbah’s location may seem way too out of the way for most tourists in Boracay, and its prices may break the budget, but it was certainly worth the long walk and the money. Would I eat there if my meal isn’t on the house? You bet I will."
"I was happy and content with my last full meal in paradise. So next time you find yourself in Boracay, you might want to check out Kasbah!"
Chef de Cuisine
"She swore that one day, she would come back to paradise with someone who would hold her hand, admire her dress, and laugh at her jokes. If she went again, she would spend her days at Boracay's Kasbah."
"The beach area at Kasbah was not crowded. The restaurant itself was not crowded. The ambience was nice and really relaxing. The price we paid at Kasbah was just worth it. If you want to eat good food, go to Kasbah Boracay!"
"The only way to end the meal on a perfect note is with a saffron panna cotta or baklava. Both are so divine, it is guaranteed to lure you back to re-sample on more than one occasion. Best enjoyed with mint tea in a truly Moroccan fashion!"
"The gemstone colors of tables and seats and Moroccan lamps all over the place are so fascinating that one may experience a slice of Northern Africa. With priceless ambiance and authentic interiors, I can only expect nothing but the best cuisine."
"The night was filled with a luscious buffet and an evening of seductive music and electrifying performances by Noli Aurillo, Nyko Maca, Marcus Maguigad, Marshall White and Cy Wasu.
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"Fancy a trip to Morocco with no need for passport nor plane ticket? That's what Kasbah at Boat Station One accomplishes, captivating one's senses with an exotic feast of colors and flavors. Clearly great care was taken to create an authentic ambience for the diners of this Moroccan beach restaurant."
"...my second visit in Kasbah Boracay was my best dining experience on the island so far. How can I forget a Moroccan dinner in quiet place with a seductive view, a super relaxed atmosphere, alfresco setting and the bountiful mouth-watering savory dishes that we had."
"The lamb tagine is perhaps the best tagine one can ever have in all of the Philippines, and I don't mean that lightly. I can't say enough nice things about Kasbah."
"I would strongly recommend Kasbah to anyone visiting Boracay who would like a unique dining experience. Kasbah is definitely a must-be on our Boracay itinerary, a place we'll go back to every time we visit the island."
Gail dela Cruz-Villanueva
"Kasbah... one restaurant in Boracay that my family and I enjoyed the most."
Atty Paul Santos
"Very exquisite. Very different. Truly Moroccan. The people in Kasbah including the owners (Donna and Martin) are very friendly. If you're planning to go to Boracay and want to try eating at a place that is something out of the ordinary, then you should try dining at Kasbah Moroccan Bar and Restaurant."
"Chef Michael's expertise is making exotic dishes in authentic Tagine (Moroccan pots), Brochettes (chicken, fish, prawns or lamb kebabs), as well as Fez (cocktail drink) in this colorful Mediterranean restaurant along station 1. This chef spices up your palate while in Boracay's white beach."
"B" Boracay Magazine