We were walking passed the restaurant and seen someones food eating in the window and it looked nice so we thought let's have ago we couldn't have been happyier the food was amazing and staff were lovely
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The tour around The coffee club that first made the Beatles a local name was well worth it. Roag, Pete Best's brother conducted the tour. A lively and enthused trip along the Beatles early days. He has a story to tell, that closes some gaps...More
The food here is delicious, the staff are friendly and the prices are good, you can also buy peices of furniture and lamps that are hanging,
authentic Moroccan food in lovely surroundings , the staff are very helpful if you need to know what items are on the menu
Had a great little lunch with the boss. Hot & Cold Tapas for 2 great. £20 you can not complain for 2........
Had a delicious lamb, fig,walnut hotspot with cinnamon coucos. It was simply delicious. Will have it again. Decent portion size as well. Advice to book or go early, very busy. We did not wait long for our food.
This place has great atmosphere and seems authentic....the food was enjoyable, maybe could be stronger flavoured, wonder if it was made blander for European market? Have the Moroccan tea, it's really good.
Restaurant was very busy on a Monday evening. Good atmosphere. Food was nice without being exceptional. Service first class and all staff were very friendly. Well worth a visit
From the outside it looked a good menu and was a busy restaurant. The service was very good. The atmoshere was lively and friendly. Sadly the Lamb Tagine I chose was uninteresting and it didnt 'go down' at all well.