Tucked in a side road just off the main street is this restaurant which from the moment you step inside is full of character. The decor is beautiful and gives the place real character. To start we shared some bread and olives. For main I had the lamb tagine, which was in a beautiful sauce with apricots filled with ground almonds & sesame seeds, and more cous cous than you could manage… it was all delicious. This, followed by the most amazing white chocolate and mint creme brulee, which was the best I've ever eaten. In total we spent £25 each. The service here was also first class. I would highly recommend Beah and wish I lived closer so I could visit regularly.
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