“The worst place after changing location, old was the best.”
“We started with zaatar bread and labne, followed with a tatsy lentil soup, tabouleh salad and grilled prawns, followed by the main course (we chose the seafood pastilla) and finally ending with a delicious poached quince pastry and traditional mint tea.”
“Lilia hooked us up with some sinfully delicious Sangria hookahs (with fresh fruit and red wine in the bottom instead of water)”
“cant speak for anyone else's experience here, but I do know that my friends and I will be undoubtedly be back many more nights to come and I highly recommend this venue to everyone”
“particularly enjoyed the comfortable couches we were sitting on, the dimly lit lanterns as well as the charming Moroccan staff.”
“The food is good, the portions are a little on the small side but very tasty.”
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