We stopped in here just after getting off the train with rain coming down steadily and asked directions to our hotel. It was late in the evening (about 8:00) and Fatima was closing up for the day, so she didn't have any food for us. She doesn't speak much English but is very sweet and helpful. She found somebody who could direct us to our hotel. She was so nice, we pldged to come back the next day and were glad we did. She obviously caterers to the old men gathered around outside playing back gammon and other games, not tourists, which was a breath of fresh air. Food was great home cooking, and priced for locals, not toursits. This is the kind of authentic place we love to find during our travels. Highly recommend it!!!
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