We booked here not really knowing what to expect, other than the fact that the place gets reasonably good reviews on Trip Advisor. We were pleasantly surprised at the quality of good 'Moorish' food in Darwin - its nice to find something a little different. Between three of us we ordered one main course-sized salad and a number of tapas dishes to share. The tapas dishes were very small (even by tapas standards!) but the food was tasty. Standouts were the Patatas bravas and the Local NT jewfish in coconut & lime (cold). The pumpkin salad was ok but would try something different next time. The Turkish Delight, served with Turkish coffee, was great! We got good service from one guy but indifferent (no smiles) from one of the females. Wine list wasn't cheap but neither was it expensive. Overall, not bad value for money, though you do need a few tapas dishes to fill up. If you've got a big appetite it could get pricy!
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