My partner and I ate here last night and had a lovely meal. The restaurant is well set out with low tables, chairs and a relaxing bench/sofa along the walls with large drapes on the ceiling. This creates a lovely atmosphere.
Bread and olives followed by lovely starters and then both of us varieties of lamb shanks which were fantastic. Neither of us room for puddings so can't comment on those but they looked good.
Entertainment was in the form of a belly dancer who did two dances while we were there.
Only reason I've not given it 5 stars is that it was pretty cold in the restaurant when we sat down. It did warm up a bit but was never toasty. Take a jumper or go when (if) the weather warms up and not a proble.
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