We had come in the evening before for some baklava to soothe our nerves after a terrible meal at another restaurant. Bog standard though the baklava was it was, we noticed the open charcoal grill and vowed to return for some fresh food after the awful reheated chicken experience of that day.
We did, for lunch on a Saturday afternoon. We ordered falafal, and chicken and lamb kebabs. The service, while very friendly, was a little slow- the waitress struggled to get our orders due to work men obstructing her way- but everything came within a reasonable time. There were drilling and works happening out back, which were inappropriate and loud, though thankfully, brief. While our waitress didn't come and apologise for it of her own volition, she was sweet in her assurances that it would soon be over, when we asked. Based on the bad reviews on this website, I assume they are in the midst of a refit- the toilet cistern even h
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