When we started down the street towards O Blue Mogador my girlfriend looked at me with disbelief in her face. Through the scary labyrinth of poorly lit backstreets we forged on, arriving at a small blue door that looked like it belonged in the Hobbit rather the the entrance to a restaurant. After a couple of uncertain glances at each other we pressed the buzzer. Footsteps approached then a metallic "clunk" and the heavy short wooden blue door swung open to reveal a smiling waiter, as we entered we were taken aback by the beautiful surroundings which contrasted the approach to the restaurant. With beautiful decorations that would not have been out of place in a restaurant in the west end of London we were guided to our table. The chef then comes out to talk you through the menu and discuss your choice. The menu is limited and governed by what is good in the market everything is cooked for you so patience is useful this is not a fast food joint that tries to rotate covers as quickly as possible. We opted for the taster starter followed by john dory fillet with a nut crust and vegitable tagine followed by a taster dessert. Everything was cooked perfectly, the service was excellent and even the way home down the same scary alleys seemed a little less scary with a good meal inside us.
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