This restaurant was recommended by another restaurant down the road after they were fully booked. This was a little gem that looked inviting from the outside. Nice and cosy with candles and traditional moroccan decor. We only met one member of staff during our dinner and she was great - assisting us with a good main course recommendation and a good bottle of wine too. We shared a few starters - a bit like a tapas. We had the halomi, falafel and a seafood parcel (excuse the spelling!). Both delicious with nice traditional dips and bread. The tagine was very flavoursome and I highly recommend the Moroccan red wine. I would love to visit again when im back in the area - a great find :)
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