Wonderful atmosphere, great food and fantastic service. It was worth the cab ride from downtown. If you’re in Pittsburgh, you don’t want to miss this place.
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Casbah was one of the very first restaurants I visited when I first moved to Pittsburgh way back when. It quickly became a favorite of both mine and my family's. We love to bring our friends and family here. The service is typically always excellent....More
Casbah creatively presented my halibut with a salad that included pickled brussel sprouts, beets, and apple slices. The fish was much tastier than the usual ho hum halibut. (If you order this dish, I would skip the beet salad, unless you have a beet fetish.)...More
The Casbah is located on the other side of the City in which I live but I decided to make the 50 minute drive anyway. My wife and I wanted to enjoy a special dinner and the Casbah came through! I ordered Filet and my...More
Birthday Brunch Everything from start to finish was excellent! My friend and I came to Casbah on a Sunday afternoon. Although we arrived earlier than our scheduled reservation we were seated immediately. Our server was friendly and answered all my friends inquiries regarding the vegetarian...More
The brunch comes with a drink, a starter and a main.The pear mimosas were great as was the salty dog. We had very tasty creamy polenta, crab omelet,eggs Benedict and ample smoked salmon. The highlight was the poached lamb dish, unusual and very tasty.Highly recommend...More
We had a lovely night out, sitting inside the covered and heated patio. Our server was attentive, helpful in making selections. We started with salads, and both the arugula and beet options were very good. The greens are dark and spicy. The bread basket was...More
A local Pittsburgher recommended this restaurant to us three out-of-towners . With a reservation we entered the warm, bustling Casbah on a chilly Saturday night. We were seated downstairs in a comfy booth. We all loved the wine suggested by our waitress as well as...More
Not much to say beyond it was just boring. The food wasn't either good or bad. Our service was good, though. This is a "dependable" institution kind of place, I guess.