We chose the restaurant simply because most of the nearby competitors were closed on May Day holiday. We really enjoy North African food but were really blown away by the authenticity of this place. It was very busy, but staff were friendly and polite. Decor was traditional without being tacky and the food was first class, served in a rustic array of bowls and tagines. We drank excellent Moroccan beer, good Moroccan wine and were offered complimentary date and fig liqueurs before we left. An excellent find!
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