My friends and I were quite excited to eat here after seven days of eating mostly tajine and couscous. The menu was much more varied than most dining places. Of course, that also means they cater to tourists and the prices are a bit higher than average. However, we enjoyed the place so much that we returned for a second visit. I had the falafel the first time, and I thought it was a bit too spicy (and I can handle some spicy food). It comes with a nice assortment of sides as well. On the next visit, I opted for the chicken sandwich with lemon infused mayo. The lemon flavor was a bit too overwhelming for the sandwich, but I liked their ingenuity. My friend ordered the camel burger on our second visit, and he said it was quite good... better than he expected. Although it was sometimes hard to find wait staff when we needed something at our table, they were all very nice and accommodating. The cafe advertises lots of local creative events and even sells some local artists' products. I'd recommend this place to anyone.
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