The Rick cafe is found in Casablanca and was copied from the coffee shop in Casablanca in 1942, translated as "Netherlands Spies". The film stars Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart and is set against the backdrop of World War II. It tells the story of the spies that lived during the war and love that took place at Rick's Cafe.
Places that imitate Casablanca movies have a similarity of more than 95 percent. There is red wine and steak in it, but it's not very delicious. The only one is that there are more tourists and hunger marketing.
Rick's Cafe, located in Casablanca, is a replica of the cafe in the movie The Spy Shadow of North Africa. It's a cafe built after a movie. It's popular for movies. The original film was released in 1942, starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart. It tells the story of espionage and love in Rick's Cafe against the background of World War II. It was so classical that people came to look for the cafe and built it locally. Because it's very popular, we have to make an appointment in advance for every meal. We just arrived and made an appointment at 9:30 p.m. on the tenth day. We can see how popular it is. It costs $120 per person. The price is not expensive. But we feel the atmosphere. We listen to the band playing the episode in the movie live. Looking back on the beautiful story, no matter how cruel the war is, human nature and love are always human nature.
After visiting the mosque, we arrived at the cafe on foot. The dinner seats for that evening were fully booked. The coffee drinkers were arranged on the second floor and were almost full. We were a little disappointed. A waitress suggested that we sit at the bar counter on the first floor and a foreign woman sit on the side. We ordered the local beer and chatted with the bartender. He was so happy that he handed us his purple and sauce red hat and asked the waiter to take pictures of us. It's okay to take proper pictures inside, but always holding the camera and walking back and forth in it, affecting the other diners are not allowed. The coffee shop is small, gorgeous and elegant, and the basic decoration is similar to that in the movie. A piano is quietly on the side, which reminds us of the black man playing in the movie. More than nine o'clock, the pianist came, but did not play the moving "time flow" in the film. The lyrics are a moment of sighing and a sweet kiss in the heart. As time goes by, the true feelings will never change. Diners put down their knives and forks, stopped talking and listened. Actually the film "North African spy film" was filmed in Hollywood studio, and the actors had never been to Casa. A former American diplomat in Casa opened the cafe after she retired. Later, her reputation grew and became the focus of fans and travelers. Looking at the menu, there are more kinds of Western food than other restaurants, and the price is much higher. We used three small bottles of local Casablanca beer and the atmosphere was good. The woman in the picture is the former diplomat and now the owner of the cafe.
The movie Casablanca was filmed in a Hollywood studio and has nothing to do with the current Rick Cafe. An American old lady named Kathy Craig, a business counselor at the American Consulate in Casablanca, has been a big fan of Casablanca for dozens of times. After retiring in 2001, she bought a villa and built it like Rick's Cafe in the movie. Today's Rick Cafe (Rick s Caf ) is replicated in style and decoration. The movie Casablanca is played on the big screen of the bar on the second floor. The piano downstairs lets you feel the song As Time Goes By, which lets you relive the romance in the movie everywhere.
A "North African Spy Shadow" lured us to Rick's Cafe. You can eat lunch and dinner in it, or drink wine and coffee. A handsome man stood at the door to greet the guests, but his clothes were untidy (such as wearing hollow jeans, slippers, etc.) and those with large backpacks were refused. We ordered lemon shrimp salad, T-bone steak, Obama and characteristic mutton. The three of us could not hold up after a slow tasting. Not wanting to leave too soon, I ordered dessert - "including ice cream and coffee. The English-speaking Americans at the next table also ordered desserts. Up to the second floor after dinner, the TV is broadcasting "North African spy shadow" and posters of Ingrid Bergman and the male owner are posted on the wall. Although they are imitating the construction of movie scenes, they are also a good place for rest and relaxation.
When I went, I stood at the entrance of this restaurant and did not see it. The sea was still asking for directions. I spent more than half a day drawing my feet. It was here that people pointed up their hands. A very low-key building, next to it seems to be a car repair, so the door will stop at will some cars, not pay attention to easy to miss, I ordered lamb chops, local beer, when I want dessert, the service brother said you do not need, you see your food is not finished, I will discuss that an ice-cream ball, it is really a ball, but really TAD is delicious. ...
The city of Casablanca is inextricably linked to a movie, and the real star of the movie is not Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, but Rick's Caf 233.
Casablanca's impression is bound to be associated with the classic movies of Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart in the 1940s. So when you come to Casablanca, you must remember your memorable trip to Morocco in Rick s Cafe with nostalgia, listening to songs and drinking. The fog outside the window was so thick that drivers in Casablanca were asking for the same price. A kiss is still a kiss. A sigh is just a sigh. The basic things apply. As time goes by...
When we arrived in Morocco, our first dinner was at Rick's Cafe. Visitors come in one after another because of a movie "North African spy shadow". The film was filmed in a Hollywood studio and had nothing to do with the cafe. And the restaurant was born by an old American woman, Kathy Craggie, who liked the movie, bought the villa, duplicated the cafe in the movie and built the Rick Cafe now. The song circulated in the cafe is "The Past of Time" in "North African Spy Shadow", and the popular song "Casablanca" is created by Betty Higgins after seeing the movie. The arched corridor in the dining room, warm lights, white tableware, mellow steak, classic and beautiful melody, let us revisit the romantic color and the complicated and confusing story in the movie.
To pay tribute to the 1942 film, almost 90 (%) of the scenes were reproduced here. White arches, diamond tiles, Arabian brass lights, palm trees, and the movie theme song "As time goes by" that is always circulating in restaurants ("As time goes by")... although this film is not a shot taken in Casablanca, but it's done entirely in Hollywood. The Rick s Cafe, built by a loyal American fan in Casablanca following the decoration of Rick's Cafe in the movie, does not prevent those who love movies from coming here to revisit their old dreams. Restaurant meals need to be booked in advance, and dress requirements, must wear formal clothes. Per capita price - "100-150 RMB