It's all a matter of perspective and expectations really.
Not good for the infirm, as it has 2 flights of narrow stairs to reach the terrace.
I've just had their £8 set menu which, lets face it, is cheap by most standards - menu in English.
Olives (which I love these days) and some bread to nibble on while the soup starter was done. Soup came with additional bowl of dates and lemon wedges. The soup had plenty of taste - a bit flowery for my liking - and a good portion of big bits within.
Very soon replaced by the citrus chicken Tajine accompanied by a bowl of home made chips. The chicken, although quite a small portion of leg which I've paid £2 for at a different place, was sizzling, and very hot and the first juicy chicken I've had in 3 Weeks
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