Visited this cafe for the first time on a Living Social deal. Immediately struck by the fact that this is a rather basic little cafe and not a restuarant. The decor could do with being refreshed and the toilet was poor. There was some background Lebabese music but the place lacked a little bit of atmosphere. Nevertheless the menu was good with a large choice of dishes which offered good value for money. The owners were enthusiastic, helpful and made us very welcome.
Our voucher gave us 4 tapas style dishes, 2 sandwiches plus a glass each of homemade lemonade. The lemonade was awful so we ordered a couple of cans of coke. For our tapas dishes we had hummuss, falafel, dolmades and batata harra which was a Lebanese kind of patatas bravas. This came with a small salad. For the sandwiches we opted for kofta kebab and shawarma chicken. Despite all of this food, we got talked into buying 2 more dishes which were soujouk (spicy Turkish sausages) and mouttabal (aubergine puree). We clearly had enough food but felt obliged (or pressed!!) to buy more. The food was tasty although a wee bit lukewarm and there could have been an element of reheating.
All in all, good food and great, friendly service. But for the toilet, decor and pressure to buy more food we would have rated this cafe excellent.