We followed the guidebook here one Monday when the better-rated Flor da Laranja was closed. I ordered the lamb tagine with couscous, which disappointingly turned up small, dry and full of bones. Not really worth the €11 for a typical main course.
On the plus side, the drinks were decently affordable (half-bottle of wine at about €6, a bottle of beer for €2.50) and the ambience was enjoyable. It is a small restaurant, an almost dug-out room with the doorless entrance and restaurant area just off the typically narrow streets for this part of town. It's very cosy with Moroccan-styled accoutrements adorning the walls, similar-typed crockery and dimmed lighting to boot.
Nonetheless the venue failed on the food which we found most disappointing. Needless to say we didn't stay for desserts...
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