Kasbah Café


Come sunset, the roof terrace of this cafe is a prime viewing platform for the unfurling nightly social life around Kasbah Mosque. Relax with a fresh juice, milkshake or mint tea as locals come out to gossip and congregate below, and perhaps grab one of the giant pizzas if you can't peel yourself away.

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