Sure, we saw the prices were higher than usual in this area, but when the quality is good and you have something special to celebrate, that's no problem. But is it naive to think that these higher prices also indicate that the service and quality of the food is good (or better)?
The taste was bad, please do not order de chicken kebab, or swordfish, it is simply a rape of good food. The wines and water are much more expensive than the restaurants across the street and you have to ask for a cooler more than twice!
Next door there is a 'waterpipe'restaurant which is in some way connected with tha'am. I agree, it is not my piece of cake, but even then, does it have to smell so badly?
Normally I do not write these kind of critics, but after last night I strongly feel the urge to warn other people for this poor excuse for a restaurant