I was there on a national holiday for lunch with my wife. The place was quite crowded but did not seem so. that was a plus. I hate places that seem like there is no place to eat. The decor was quite nice down to the mosaic floor which seems very mid eastern. The place obviously had a up-market feel about it. Nice. The menu arrived but disappointingly, just one. For a place of this appearance, I would have expected a menu per person, at least where there are just two people. Anyway, I asked for another and got it promptly. I ordered a chicken shawarma, a roasted moroccan fish and some lamb kebabs. The fish was decent, the shawarma was a a little too sour and could have been a little more flavoured (please note not more spicy, more flavoured). The lamb was also decent. One thing is that the portions are quite good. We had two mocktails (since it was a dry day) which were well prepared and presented. One thing I must mention here. I am not an expert on middle east/Mediterranean food. To me it seemed more like basic north Indian food. They do have a Italian portion in their menu which I did not try. The service was good. The waiters knew the dishes and explained them well as we ordered. They were always discretely present. Finally down to the cost. For the kind of food, the ambience and the class of restaurant, it wasn't too bad. Slightly on the higher side but tolerable. Worth a visit.
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