Go here if you're hungry as they just keep coming at you with dishes! We didn't get to see a menu, but from the moment we sat down the dishes started arriving, first a mushroom soup then meze style - humous, salads, etc. hot chicken dishes which were devious, cooked in different herbs, followed by chicken cooked in an earthenware dish which arrived on a flaming platter.
At that point we had to say stop!
They still insisted on desert - a creme brûlée type of custard followed by Nescafé.
No alcohol was available, but we were given 2 different bottles of drink, one was a plum cordial which was very sweet but quite palatable, the other looked as if it was wine but was a spicey turnip drink. Quite an acquired taste that even some locals seemed to find hard to appreciate.
Staff were quick and efficient, no complaints, waddled home several pounds heavier
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