Lagash seems to live up to its memory and history, of times when Brasilia had a very few good places to go out for dining. But it was about three decades before. Now, if you could choose, keep you distance from Lagash.
You don't go to a restaurant to be feed only by entrèes, apetizers or hors d'ouvres. You find a tasty baba ghanoush, very light and smooth, and a correct hummus, but what else then? The couscous is astonishingly scarce, you could even count by one hand's fingers how many chickpeas come served in it. Minced lamb with rice is disappointing as well.
Coffee? ... well, in a Mid Eastern or Arabian style restaurant you would expect at least that coffee could be served in Mid Eastern fashion (finely grinded and cooked, not pressed), I still remember once it used to be brought to the table with some flavoured seeds (I now can't remember the name) aside. Well, forget it!.
Something to forget.
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