We planned to eat in the Souk and whilst looking at the menu ordered two caipirinha's. We already felt slightly nervous as the place seemed dirty and had a grubby feel to it. We were put in the ground floor back room separated from the till area by a dirty red velvet curtain. My low seat felt vaguely damp and sticky - not nice and not very comfortable. Then our caipirinha's arrived, or what the Souk call caipirnha's. Mostly ice, limes and I think soda with some alcohol which was not cachaça as we know it. Decided to cut our loses and leave, but not before we had to pay £18.00 for our drinks. To add insult to injury the waitress didn't have any change of a £20.00 note. However, based on the poor reviews looked like we had a lucky escape.
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