Having been in malaga for 5 days now, we were bored of the standard tapas served in the majority of restaurants. Having seen this restaurant at number 20 on trip advisor i thought we should give it a try. It was a little difficult to find at first ... we also thought it was closed as the doors were shut. Inside the restaurant is small and quaint but very nicely decorated. The waiter (owner?) Provided us with an english menu however we asked him for his recommendations, all of which turned out delicious. We had pitta bread and humous to start followed by a kofte, chicken tagine and beef with vegetable cous cous. We also ordered the mint tea with orange blossom water to finish which came with a selection of sweet biscuits. The food was delicious, the service was great as was the atmosphere. Just because this restaurant isnt number 1 on trip advisor you shouldnt rule it out, my boyfriend and i are huge foodies....we love good food (quality over quantity) and we highly recommend a visit to this restaurant. Its certainly not the cheapest place to eat...it came to just under €60 for 2 soft drinks, 4 dishes and a pot of tea with a selection of biscuits....however you will leave with a full tummy and wont be disappointed!