We went here for lunch when our favourite nearby restaurant was full. We are so glad we did. It is quite a quirky place. The building is old and the decor very typically N African. As you wend your way down a narrow staircase to the loos, you find a bazaar of beautiful moroccan artefacts for sale - jewellery, ceramics and leather poufs. The service in the restaurant was efficient and friendly. We both chose from the two course set lunch. Fantastic value at £10.95. We both had the meze to start. A plate of varied humus,cheese and veggie dishes served with warm pitta. Really tasty. To follow I had the couscous and vegetables and my husband had meatballs in tomato sauce. Both dishes were really good. If you know moroccan food, you will love this place. If you don't, give it a go - its really tasty, not more spicy than is comfortable and there are plenty of things you will recognise.
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