Middle Eastern and African
Friday and Saturday evenings are particularly busy, when a set menu of two courses and a dessert is served at a fixed price - ideal for mixed parties. The aromas of exotic spices, pulsating rhythms, colourful decor, soft furnishings and a warm welcome from Fouad and his friendly staff leave no doubt that you're about to experience a typical Arabian night. Don't plan on leaving before the belly dancer makes an appearance.
Moroccan food is as much a delight to the rest of the senses as it is to the tastebuds. Start with harira (soup) or a salad mesuoula (grilled peppers and herbs) but leave room for the main course. The tagine fez, a succulent shoulder of lamb served with lashings of herbs and garlic, is highly recommended.
Customers are welcome to bring their own drinks but the beers and wines imported from Morocco are very palatable and well worth trying.