10 Top Spots for Desserts in Casablanca

Nutella Tiramisu at EAT Neocantine | Photo by Yasmine Guermoudi
Nutella Tiramisu at EAT Neocantine | Photo by Yasmine Guermoudi
Photo of Yasmine
2 February 2018

Casablanca is a melting pot of cultures, people and cafés, and it is truly one special place to find the most interesting concepts when it comes to food, or desserts! So here are the 10 top spots for desserts in Casablanca.


This is a very popular spot for desserts, offering various kinds of cakes, waffles, pancakes, french toast and more, all covered in melting chocolate. It is exactly like the foodie videos on Instagram, in fact, many people go there to take photographs of the plates as they are so well presented. It is definitely a place to stop by for a unique experience.

219 Boulevard d’Anfa Casablanca 20250, Morocco


Hot Chocolate | Courtesy of Dip’n’Dip

Happy Rolls

Happy Rolls is a small shop in Casablanca that sells rolled ice cream, and yes, once again, just like the popular one on every Instagram feed. Here, you can make your ice cream with your favourite ingredients, which will be crushed and then rolled on an icy surface, everything topped with your sauce of choice. It is truly a fun place to go and taste ice cream in a new way rather than the typical ice cream cone, to change things up!

305 boulevard Ziraoui، Casablanca 20000, Morocco, +212 693-731866

Sara Pastel

Bakery, Moroccan, Portuguese
This place has just recently opened its first shop in the neighbourhood of Anfa in Casablanca. Their speciality, the popular Pasteis de Nata from Portugal is showcased in their beautiful shop that takes you to the south of Portugal with its white and blue walls. This spot has become a favourite among locals as it is the only place in Casablanca that sells these delicious cakes.


If you fancy an original and delicious dessert, Amayya Bakery is the place to go! Since the day it opened, Amayya became popular not only for its small cakes and macarons, but also for savory snacks such as mini bagels, mini sandwiches and cocktails. Although there aren’t tables in the bakery to sit and enjoy your dessert, you can still take it and eat it in the comfort of your home!

Angle Abdellatif Benkaddour et rue Ahmed Charci, Casablanca, Morocco, +212 0682-629512


Oliveri is an all time favourite for Moroccans. It has been around for at least 60 years and older people love it just as much as the youngsters. Here, you can enjoy the most delicious flavours of ice cream, from pineapple, to strawberry, and even praline, it has maintained consistent success among the Moroccan community and will certainly please anyone whose guilty pleasure is ice cream!

Rue El Kadi Lass, Maarif, Casablanca, Morocco 20250, +212 05229-82898

EAT Néocantine

EAT offers the most delicious and healthy food, but also the most mind-blowing desserts. Located in Anfa, it is surrounded by other restaurants, but it gained popularity among the younger lot and people who enjoy a creamy dessert on their work breaks. Here, you can savor a variety of cheesecakes, salted caramel, raspberry, Nutella tiramisu, lemon pie and plenty of milkshakes to go with the dessert of your choice.

Rue Oumayma Essayeh, Maarif, Casablanca, Morocco, +212 05223-99191


Nutella Tiramisu at EAT Neocantine | Photo by Yasmine Guermoudi

Blend Gourmet Burger

Diner, American
Blend is an American diner in Casablanca, where you get the typical giant double cheese burger and other mind-blowing original ideas, but they are also very popular for their as extravagant, desserts. In the menu, gourmet cheesecakes, The CaramCookie (a glass with ice cream cookies and a ton of caramel), chocolate lava cakes and much more!

Chez Paul

Bakery, Cafe, Restaurant, French, Moroccan, Seafood, $$$
Chez Paul is a fine French bakery that is very popular among all Moroccans, this is where you can get typical French baguettes and mille-feuilles. In Morocco, it has turned into a café where you can sit down and enjoy a piece of cake and a cup of coffee in the most relaxing decor of a garden that is even better in the summer. They also have a section of ice cream if you would rather eat something more refreshing.


Bakery, French, Moroccan, Dessert, Pastries, $$$
This bakery is every Moroccan’s favourite, as it was first created in 1982 by a Moroccan family which has now over 5 different shops in Casablanca only. Here, you can order Moroccan biscuits, French cakes or cheesecakes, along with delicious croissants or chocolates, that you can thoroughly savor in your house with your loved ones.

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