A nice little cosy restaurant. Very good food served by the very hospitable owner and his wife. We had the best harira ever and my favourite the caramelised prunes tagine. A very nice clean restaurant serving freshly cooked food. I also had salloo and bakhia which I was not expecting at all. Very nicely decorated restaurant. Tagines were good but the only option was to eat with couscous. Had to ask for bread for which I was charged. The bill left a bad taste as I had been charged higher prices than the prices advertised at their website and was also charged service charge even though the owner served himself....profit over profit....I guess that's why we were the only people in the restaurant. I will be going back but not for food because it was too pricey. Instead I might go back for argan oil and pure olive oil which the owner claims that he makes it himself.
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