The absence of road signs means that it is difficult to find this restaurant on foot.
We had been walking all day and this was a very late lunch or a very early dinner.
We were the only diners so I can't speak for the service when it is busy but the young man who took our order was friendly, charming and engaging and very attentive - quick to replenish our bread when it was running low.
We chose a mezze to share and the food was well prepared, very fresh as the chef was only cooking for us, and good quality. There was also plenty of it. The muttabal was wonderfully smoky, the houmous was silky smooth and the salad, while it did not have small pieces of warm pitta bread in it, tasted very like fattoush. Little vegetable-filled samboosik (samosas) and falafel were brought to the table still sizzling.
Worth a visit if, as others have said, you want a change from tagines or if you are looking for good vegetarian food.
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