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Casa Jose Tapas

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October 7, 2018
This is a modern restaurant that has been in Rabat for years. But it deserves to stay. Nice entourage and you can sit at the bar like in Spain, but also at romantic tables in the corner or at high chairs. It is whatever you want, just like with the food. Several options in meat, fish or vegetarian…
October 6, 2018
absolutely a "must-eat" location in Rabat. An excellent place for having dinner with spanish touch and good drinks, great service, welcoming staff, beautiful design and talented spanish group
September 11, 2018
Good service. Slightly expensive but good quality Tapas, serves alcohol.
September 27, 2017
An excellent place for having a great dinner with spanish touch and for drinks too, Good service, welcoming staff.
Cornelia Cyrielle
Cornelia Cyrielle
October 16, 2019
Ils proposent des apéritifs spécialités espagnole. Et la cuisine est top. Lieu de détente.

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179 Ave Mohammed V
Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër