Came across this place by accident and thought we'd give it a try as we don't come across a restaurant specialising in Egyptian cuisine every day of the week (well not in North Wales!).
What a lovely change from the 'usual'! We were greeted very nicely and shown to our seats upstairs. The service, overall, was excellent, the waiter charming, without being too much so, and attentive.
The food was really good but saying that it does not do it service. We had Mahshi (stuffed vine leaves) and Hummus to start - both of which were very tasty and just enough for a 'starter'. For the main courses we had Shawerma (slices of lamb marinated in herbs) and chicken fatta (a traditional Egyptian celebratory dish) and we could not fault them. Both courses excited the taste buds and were very different.
We'd certainly would return if we were in Harrogate again.
The décor is interesting in the upstairs restaurant. There are two murals on the opposite walls, one is obviously a representation of the great film 'Casablanca' (starring Humphrey Bogart) but we could not ascertain what the other one was - anyone know?
To finish the evening off, a brilliant night of blues music in the downstairs bar. Great night!!
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