I had a kofta burger with potatoes. It was delicious and so filling. There's an interesting shop connected to this place that we spent loads of time looking through. I love supporting local independent businesses!
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Lovely atmosphere and wonderfully decorated, clean & welcoming. The food is very different the spices are a nice change from the everyday food you'd get from a cafe. I can't say I was completely happy with my meal the meat was very dry & hard...More
Interesting, traditional and surprising twists. Service was a little hit and miss at a quiet time. Not convinced about the Shiraz drinks but coffee better.
Excellent mezze, Jibne Spene (cheese & spinach stuffed bread), shaslik, beef kofta, superb Ras el Hanout cocktails and frou frous (house made fruit sodas). Fresh, delicious and very generous serves - we needed to retire to the squishy couch in the corner for a while...More
Great food good service exellentent ranch of local beer and wine a deffienent must if in the area will be back
Went for a coffee at this place and discovered a whole world of imported goods. Lots of Moroccan goods
Great restaurant for either just coffee or a snack or a meal. Service was prompt and efficient. The tables and the restaurant were nice and clean and very funky in a Moroccan way. I love the decor. There is a great selection of breakfasts and...More
The Cafe is North African in inspiration ...Moroccan we thought with a name like the fabled city of "Fez". The food, decor and Bazaar are all flavoured with a Moroccan feel. A definite Aladdin's cave of food and treasures for the home decorator, so after...More