As revealed in my article about Inda Bar, the owners recently opened another restaurant right next door. It has the same exotic yet sophisticated spirit. The idea is to serve modern Moroccan dishes to share among friends just like tapas in a delightful setting. Just like its big sister Inda Bar, the decoration is absolutely stunning; every little detail has been carefully thought through. I am personally in love with the furniture; after a few (too many) drinks, I even wanted to steal the beautiful mirror in the bathroom — as it is quite big, it would have been hardly noticeable. I was also in awe of the big lamp suspensions, the green tiles of the bar, and the colorful stools. Yes, if I could I would have taken everything to fully redecorate my apartment. Totally my style.
The food is delicious. However, I recommend ordering 3 or 4 plates to share for 2 people as plates are fairly small. Desserts are a must, especially, the Moroccan mint tea crème brulée, which is to die for. The service is top notch, the waiter was adorable and he did not mind my drunken self, which I am very grateful for.
As always when you spend a fun alcohol induced evening in Geneva, it ends up being quite pricey. So, I would recommend going to Kasbar for special occasions — to celebrate a promotion and a big raise for instance! Kasbar, I will be back, I promise!