Some dishes are better than others. The kebabs, falafel, and basil chicken were very good, the rack of lamb and the French fries not. The rack of lamb was not moist, probably because it was cut. Ask for recommendations and the specialities. The tables are tiny and all the food is brought to the table as soon as they are ready to serve, so we felt rushed (although that was not the intention) and were left scrambling trying to make place on the table to fit all the dishes. Service is friendly and prices reasonable, the area is very nice with a beautiful mosque at the end of the street. It’s a hit-and-miss here, so I probably will not be returning. This is a halal restaurant and it does not serve beers. The fresh fruit juices are very good, although the noise of the blender is very loud and intrusive.
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