The menu is interesting with a lovely selection of Lebanese style dips amongst other starters and the usual tagines etc. We went twice, the first time I had chicken kebabs with a sweetish peanut sauce (delicious) and my partner had a tagine. The second time we both had "Tapsa" which was a delicious dish of oven baked aubergine, potato and chickpeas. My partner had chicken in his which was a little overcooked. They also serve some interesting Arab style teas and coffees. Lively ambiance with Moroccan lamps and hangings. Service was good (can be a rarity on La Gomera)
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