Another Casablanca Review I went in Casablanca and was surprised to see Mexican fare on the menu. I am always a skeptic, so I proceeded with caution and ordered the chips and salsa sampler. It was a pleasant surprise with great usage of local ingredients. The mango salsa was a treat and my favorite of the three distinct offerings. That said, I believe that the idea of a forum is to exchange information from all sides of an issue and requesting that people do not say anything negative about a particular restaurant as not to hurt the delicate feelings of the owner is just plain asinine. I am sure the management of the forum does not want the reputation that the forum is a thinly veiled advertising tool for certain establishments. By protecting people from negative commentary like "Leave Geunther Alone" you seem like that moron on youtube Chris Crocker and his/her/it's "Leave Britney alone" videos. Let's be honest here... when Guenther is present at Casablanca, every plate is inspected by his discerning eye and he is personally making sure that every customer is having a positive experience. He talks to the customers to get their feedback. Things work like they are supposed to. When he is not right there in the building, the staff does not adhere to his strict standards of quality and customer service. They seem to be confused. It is still better than most places even when it is not up to his personal standards and that is why we eat there when we choose to dine out, which is not very often. The garlic soup is my wife's favorite. sure to keep the wakwak away from your pregnant wife! He should not be faulted as it seems to be the nature of employees everywhere and particularly here to slack off when the boss is not around. My only other complaint about Casablanca AND all of the other restos on the blvd is the vendors coming to your table when you are clearly on private property of the restaurant and trying to sell you something. The patio area should be treated as if it has invisible walls and the guard on duty should tell the vendors to not step foot on the property. Sure you can argue that the vendors are trying to make a living blah blah blah by selling overpriced products, but the customers are paying a premium price to have a nice meal and should be able to enjoy a nice day on the patio without vendors harassing them. Guards will wash windows, answer phones, and fetch to keep a job here. How about asking them to do their job?