This is a fantastic cafe/restaurant for a quite bite to eat, especially if you like meditereanan/middle eastern/morrocan food. Go in a group of at least 4 people, and order somewhere between 2 and 4 dishes each, have like a 'tapas' thing, and you won't be disappointed!
Loud and fun, you may have to wait for a table at busy times, and it can get a bit squashed, but when you see that the 'locals' are eating there, it is always a good sign of good authentic food!
Lebasese wine is good, and goes well with the lamb rice and the spicy little sausages in tomato sauce.
Kid friendly, but note that loos are downstairs, and point to note, there is a giant mirror at the bottom of the stairs, turn right IMMEDIATLY after the bottom step, as you'll go ploughing into the mirror and generally one of the kitchen staff will come out to check you're ok which can be a tad embarrassing! You only do it once! hahaha!
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