Found myself in the hotel next door, they recommended the food at Kazablanka, so I went in for dinner, around 6 pm on a Saturday night. Place was fairly empty, myself and maybe three other tables of diners. Waitress Kelly arrived promptly and went over the specials. Ordered a beer and went over the menu. When my beer came, I asked about a couple of menu items and Kelly was helpful in choosing my meal. I ordered the steak dinner special, which came with two sides, I chose a house salad and baked potato. First up was the house salad, which was large enough to have served two people as a side, or one as a meal. Salad was fresh, crisp, and generously dressed with croutons and shredded cheese. My steak arrived cooked as ordered, and although it was a touch dry, it had been well seasoned and had good flavor. "Baked" potato unfortunately was cooked in aluminum foil, which results in more of a steamed potato than a baked one, but it was thoroughly cooked and served with what looked like a 'buttery spread' and sour cream. Since it was on 'special', my meal, with two draft beers was under $20, quite a bargain for the amount and quality of the food. Service was excellent, and should I find myself in the area in the future, I would return.
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