Attracted by the range of Mediterranean dishes listed on the menu at the door, my partner and I ventured up the flight of stairs (there also seemed to be a lift available) and were welcomed into a calm and attractive dining area. Our waitress immediately switched to speaking good English, and was helpful and discreetly attentive throughout. Olives were provided as an appetiser, plus some pitta bread.
I started with a tasty house special green salad that included many vegetables, plenty of olives, and lots of goats cheese cubes all dressed with a simple minted yoghurt. My partner enjoyed her platter of grilled vegetables and halloumi cheese. For mains we chose tagines, mine a lamb one with a well-spiced sauce that included nuts and prune, my partner's a fish one with vegetables. Mine also came with some rice.
Neither of us had space for dessert.
With a beer each, and sharing a half litre bottle of water (they won't serve tap water), our bill was a little under 60 euros including the charge for bread and olives.
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