Interesting fusion-ish food (paella on a bed of creamed fava beans instead of rice, for instance). Not bad at all. My girlfriend enjoyed her exotic chicken, too, and the hoummous was excellent. The set menus are good value too, and the house wine (we tried the white) was very good.
Not as cheap as a souvlaki place, but that's to be expected, I found the prices to be fine.
The portions could be bigger though.
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