Situated in the vibrant and energetic surroundings of Melrose Arch is already such a bonus. Staff are all dressed in traditional clothes and extremely friendly which is so true to their nature. Service was excellent, traditional rituals of hand washing with rosé water, face painting - at your choice, this is all done while waiting for your food. Excellent wine menu, we managed to pick up a bottle from Heskell vineyards, which I have never seen before in any restaurant. As the food is typically African and therefore a lot of spices are used, they offer you a little tasting bowl, before you confirm your order. I tried the Cig Cig Wat, braised beef heavenly spiced with fenugreek, all spice and cloves and served in a flat bread wrap with avocado and the ever cooling option of yoghurt. Truly delightful. The menu is very extensive but the waiters are there to explain and recommend. For oversees visitors this is a "bucket list" experience!
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