In the heart of the Racine district, Chez Gaby dresses the restaurant’s walls with vintage photos, and not just any photos. They are those of Gaby, the stepmother of Salva, a Swiss woman who arrived in Morocco in the 1940s and fell in love with Casablanca. The family story of Salva (José Salvador of his real name) and Gaby, who became his adoptive mother, is reflected in the place. The photos of Gaby with some celebrities of the time and some other memories are highlighted at the entrance which is reminiscent of Casablanca in the fifties.
Open 7/7, from noon to midnight, Chez Gaby offers the great basics of French bistronomy: œufs mayonnaise “comme à Paname”, gratinated coquillettes like the one grandmas make or salmon in all its forms (smoked, gravlax and semi-cooked), but that’s not all. Special formulas are offered each week (Monday to Friday). In addition, small touches are on the menu: 10% reduction on the menu from Monday to Thursday, Sunday evening a dessert is offered, and a good Belboula couscous is proposed every Friday. Chez Gaby is also an original and essential place for outings with family, friends or after work with colleagues.
Address Chez Gaby: 3, rue El Isbahani, Maarif, Casablanca.
Tel . : +212 6 65 23 65 58