We decided to eat here as a last minute decision and arrived to find the restaurant pretty quiet for 7pm on a Saturday - in fact there were more staff than customers, This was probably a reflection on the economy and not the quality of the food.
The young waitress was obviously new and was being shown the ropes by the owners - nice to see they were not just being left to struggle.
The menu hasn't changed in a while, but why change something that works?
The service was efficient and the meals arrived in good time. The Andalusian pork was as good as the one I had in Malaga and the wife enjoyed her tagine.
The only negative point was when a lady in a wheelchair tried to enter via the front doors - due to the inner porch door being at right angles to the main door she couldn't get in. She left obviously upset and disappointed. This is not a problem which can be easily rectified, but should be taken into account when the restaurant is next refurbished.
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