The food and service are both fantastic and well worth the cash. Both Western and Middle Eastern dining traditions are catered for, with communal mezze and grills listed alongside self-contained starters and main courses, making sure those who start perspiring at the idea of sharing their food aren’t left out. Salads are as strong and zingy as you might expect, but it’s the meat and seafood dishes that Atayeb really shines, with everything from lamb tagines to seafood grills tasting fresh and perfectly prepared. Atayeb is a higher class of Middle Eastern grub which isn also equally worth of your attention.
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