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Kasbah Grill

2851 Esters Rd.
Irving, TX 75062
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  • $$
  • Kid Friendly, Takeout, Wheelchair accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • No Alcohol
  • Parking Lot Available
  • Reservations Accepted
While it may look like an old 7-Eleven from the outside, dinner at the exotically appointed Kasbah Grill in Irving may be the cheapest, quickest way to take your taste buds to North Africa. Moroccan dishes like lamb tagine with couscous and bastilla -- think pot pie but sexier and spicier -- share the menu with Middle Eastern fare such as hummus, babaghanoush, and kabobs. If you’re lucky, you’ll snag the traditional-style table in the corner draped with lush fabric where you and your date can lounge on cushions and sip a pot of the traditional mint tea. Kasbah Grill is a Middle Eastern establishment, so there’s no alcohol served, and you may want to tell your date to save the Daisy Dukes for another night. Despite these minor setbacks, the food ought to have you and your date Moroccan the Kasbah in no time.

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