Its so easy to walk past Cafe Du Globe because the outside does not represent the spice, warmth and authentic atmosphere to be found inside- but do not let the humble exterior fool you and give it a chance because you will not be disappointed!!!
Mostafa (the owner) will welcome you into his establishment, engage in conversation about all things Morroco and help you decide on the best dishes. I loved the bright and colourful interior, adorn in Morrocan furnishings. The most surprising thing is the bazaar shop downstairs with beautiful jewellry, pottery and furniature. Really funky- I even bought myself a very colourful and OTT necklace!
I believe it is the only Morrocan restaurant in Bath. The food is cooked really well in old tagine pots and harbour full flavour of all the authentic spices. The 2 course Set Lunch menue at £10.95 pp is a winner and the 2 course set dinner menu at £19.95 is also sensational. I think the portions are too large for lunch so we tended to visit for dinner which is plentiful and filling! My personal favourite meal is the Tagine Begri Ba Jelbana Wel Artichoux, which is a traditional beef tagine with green peas and new potatoes. Starter wise I like every item on the meeze style menu.
I have never eaten a poor meal here, left feeling hungry or feeling as if my custom didn't mean anything! All in all a little gem in Bath and you should definately give it a go if you like trying out new flavours!
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