We went here for a pre theatre meal not expecting too much, but the resteraunt didn't even meet our very modest expectations. Starters looked very unimpressive, so we went straight on to the main courses, ordering a chicken tagine and a merguez couscous. The tagine consisted of a couple of drumsticks in a flavourless, insipid liquid while the couscous was served with another tasteless concoction containing a few chickpeas and sliced carrot. I'll pass on the sausage description, suffice to say it wasn't good. Having eaten in many excellent restaurants in North Africa I can say with certainty that this is not what North African food is about. It's also very poor value and frankly only deserves the rating above terrible because of the passable baklava served after the meal.
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