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Kazbah Restaurant – food review

Stroll down Darling Street and you find a beautiful little Moroccan restaurant nestled in between boutique shops, cafes and old Victorian townhouses called Kazbah Restaurant.

A modern Balmain restaurant with hearty servings of Moroccan and Middle Eastern cuisine, Kazbah displays an open seating plan, plenty of natural light and once inside you feel the true Moroccan culture encompass your entire body. A feast for the eyes as well as your stomach, and if this becomes a little too much, you can always pick up a crayon and create your own masterpiece on your butcher paper covered table top.

Kazbah is open for dinner and breakfast on weekends. Be prepared for a short wait, but you will not be disappointed as Kazbah offers a breakfast with a difference. Whether you have had a big night, out with friends or a quiet read of the morning newspapers, my suggestion is to try the tagine, where spicy diced lamb is deliciously mixed with fetta, spinach, capsicum, sucuk, caramelised onion, tomato and eggs still cooking by the time it reaches its destination, your table.

The dinner menu has plenty to offer, including Chicken Stuffed with Halloumi, Sucuk and Green Olives, Chickpea Fritter, Asparagus with a Capsicum Sauce, Pan-Fried Duck Breast with Falafel, Honey Baked Quince and Sweet Potato Chips or the Char-Grilled Quail topped with Pomegranate Sauce. There are dips, a variety of entrees, scrumptious desserts and the coffee is pretty damn good too.

The service staff were attentive without being intrusive and the prices are quite reasonable. Kazbah is a complete dining experience with great decor, wonderful food and an exciting atmosphere.

Kazbah on Darling
379 Darling Street, Balmain
Phone: 02 9555 7067

Opening Hours:
Breakfast – Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays – 9:00am – 3:00pm
Lunch – Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays- 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Dinner – Wednesday to Saturday – 6:30pm – Late

Article written by Liam Gibbs

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