The cafe is actually a villa. A residential villa transformed into a cafe. They didn't really change the layout though.
So you could very well be sitting in a bedroom or a bedroom terrace.
The interior design is nice too. A bit busy but tastefully done.
The food selection is good too. Mixing Arab gulf country cuisine (karak tea for example) with both western and Mediterranean cuisine.
Location is excellent. Its on a main street across a public green area (private ground, so its not a public park).
There's also seeing on the roof (third floor) that's very very nice at night, especially when the weather is cooler.
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All in all the proprietor achieved the laid back lounge ambience she wanted.
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