When you think of a place called the "Casablanca Cafe", you figure you might find moroccan food, or maybe some piano music similar to that in the movie. But there is none of that here. Set in a mediterranian-style house, Casablanca is a casual restaurant by the beach that has an aire of romance not found at the sidewalk restaurants just down the road. And the food is pretty good. They do have a Moroccan Sampler, so I guess there you have it.
There are a lot of things I don't like about the Casablanca Cafe. During the day, the inside is dark and deserted. There's smoking outside, and if the place is packed with euros and their skinny cigarettes its just not comfortable eating here. Their "house salad" is rabbit food and there is no choice of dressing. They try too hard to be fancy. Pickles don't go with a fish sandwich. And some of their homemade condiments are downright nasty. More on that later.
That being said, the preperation of your main meal is very good here. My favorite lunch is the grouper sandwich. Its crispy (but not breaded) and tastes excellent with a bit of salt and pepper. Its comes on a nice, soft "hoagie" roll thats lightly toasted. They give you a "tropical aioli" sauce (which is usually a garlicy mayonaise). Make sure you taste it before you ruin your sandwich. Maybe you'll like it, but to me its just salty and foul-tasting. With a lunch sandwich you get a choice of french fries or a rabbit salad (field greens); if you don't mind the calories the fries work much better. They also have a lobster salad sandwich (think Lobster Roll) on bimini bread, pulled pork and a leg of lamb sandwich, which isn't something you find very often.
For dinner they have a wide range of interesting choices which is more focused on meats than the lunch menu, including a delicious flank steak dish with black bean corn relish, and a korean-style (Kai Bi) Duck. You're sure to find something of interest.