We arrived on a Monday lunch, seeking out this little restaurant based on previous reviews. There was no one else in there, but then again it was 2.30 pm on a Monday; anyway, very little atmosphere but that was ok because we were a little worse for wear after a big night out the eve before.
The guy in there was friendly enough but when we saw it was roughly £15 for a main, we were a little put out cause we had already spent a fortune on our holiday. But then he brought us a lunch menu, which was £11 for two courses. Perfect. The food was really delicious- authentic Moroccan, and he brought out some extra bread and dips too, which again were really tasty.
I guess the ambiance is better in the evenings, when there are more people enjoying dinner. Based on the food, I would give it four stars. Yum!
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