A delicious cup of soup was delivered to my table to keep me happy while my order was prepared. I proceeded to a mixed grill containing eggplant and peppers--very good. It came with very white, uninteresting bread, baked from over-processed flour. My main course was a juicy lamb stew, served on a large white plate with brown rice and beans--highly recommended. A small side salad was a good complement. The mousse de maracuya was a perfect finish.
Don't be confused by the two prices shown for every dish; it is simply with or without tax.
The ambiance is cozy, with colorful lamps that reminded me of a trip to Turkey some years back. Music videos are played with subdued sound for your entertainment. Unfortunately, the stained glass windows are plain panels, and project a cheap look in an otherwise nice environment.
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