"We have considered informalising our offer for some time given our location on Bold Street, just to allow guests to enjoy an even broader offer of Moroccan and related European dishes..."
Nationally acclaimed eaterie Kasbah in Liverpool has adjusted its restaurant offer to become a more informal café and deli.
With the addition of seating for 20 outside, Kasbah's new menu reflects the changes and includes express sandwiches, a counter menu of dishes all marinated in Moroccan spices plus an extensive list of Mezze and charcoal grills, tagines and additional sides and desserts. There’s also Moroccan speciality drinks including Moroccan tea and coffee, mint tea and Moroccan lemonade.
Co-owner Otto Mellouki said: "Following lockdown, Liverpool City Council working with City Central BID put together an initiative to encourage the public to frequent two of the city's main thoroughfares for wining, dining and entertainment.
"We have considered informalising our offer for some time given our location on Bold Street, just to allow guests to enjoy an even broader offer of Moroccan and related European dishes with an English twist.
"This summer seemed to be the perfect time to do that and we're already witnessing the rewards of doing so."
Kasbah now offers salad selections including nutmeg and honey sweet potatoes, goats cheese avocado and walnut, and grilled aubergine salad. From the mains there's honey and French mustard chicken, oven baked Moroccan salmon, courgette and broccoli quiche, and chicken & almond pastilla. The mediterranean cake menu is impressive too with rose petal sponge cake, almond & bakewell tart, chocolate profiteroles, saffron cheesecake, chocolate fudge cake, lemon sambusa wraps, cannoli pastry - all given that English twist.
Kasbah, 72 Bold Street L1 4HR. 12 noon til 11pm daily