I dined here with two young children (4 & 7) on the busy torchlight parade evening. We were met with smiles, warmly and given a table whereas many restaurants look at the two children with dismay. We were given menus and the children spoken to very respectfully by the staff. The meal was delicious the children loved the meatballs and good sized portions. After the meal I had to ask for the bill as they were saying we could sit in the warm over our drinks before the parade which meant they were technically losing business for our table rather than hurrying us out. Lovely people, lovely food, great atmosphere. Cosy you might be sitting near other people, but well worth it and all adds to the Mediterranean/middle eastern feel.
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