I dined here with two business colleagues last evening (Fri). First point book a reservation as the place gets busy. I read the reviews after we dined and empathized with a lot of what was written and can see why there are conflicting reviews. Ambience wise it is great and very authentic and just walking into the place gets you in the mood. The staff were very attentive although we were the first guests to arrive and I could see as the place filled up, the staff were stretched to keep up. This place is not cheap, the wine is very expensive but unlike one of the recommendations, this is not fine dining for me, sorry, it just isn't. The food was presented nicely and was good but I felt a little bland and needed something to make it authentic. We had liver (tasty), chicken and pigeon pies, two tagine, a couscous dish and a couple of deserts. The rice pudding desert was yummy and as I say the rest was okay but just seemed to lack something. Would I return, probably, to give it a second chance but stay clear of the wine. Believe me it was almost four times the retail selling price whereas I would normally expect two to three times.
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