Came here for an evening meal. The selction of food on offer is a mix between Lebanese and Morrocon and all three dishes were tasty. I had the lamb tagine with honey, almonds and apricots, it was fantastic. Unfortunately service was slow at times but polite none the less. I would definitely avoid eating around 10pm when the belly dancers come out, it is very very loud and most definitely makes the dining experience feel tacky.
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