Ate here on a Saturday night. It was very quiet, only 3 tables, so not much atmosphere. Service was excellent, staff couldn't do enough for you. Food was very good. We had a shared starter for two which had a lovely selection and there was plenty of it. Main was a tagine cooked and served in a stone pot. It was still boiling when it arrived straight from the oven! It was very tasty and not too spicy for milder palettes but served with Harissa on the side for people who want to add more heat. Considerably More expensive than pub food, but nice to have some different choices on the menu, which you wouldn't get in a pub and the attentiveness of the waiting staff was just right. Always on hand but not over doing it. Only criticism is my side plate was slightly dirty but in their defence they were not white plates but pretty patterned Moroccan style crockery so it was not obviously apparent. Location is a bit strange in the car park opposite the public toilets but that should not put you off, it's worth a visit!
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