This wqs an amazing place, amazing sheesha and great place to sit and hang out. The food here was amazing and the service was good. It has been closed for sometime now, they have harry's in its place now, which is also good.
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Visited this place with friends in a large group. The place is quite good with good interior and comfortable seating. Music can be loud at times but it adds to the ambiance. On the whole, nice experience. Food can be improved a bit.
Located at the heart of clarkequay it is really fun to enjoy the happening place with a pitcher of beer. Weekends can be very crowded - it provides good choices of middle eastern cuisine. Hamas and falafel tastes good and kebabs are definitely much better...More
Nestled inside Clarke Quay, by the springs in the center, this place serves amazing Moroccan food! The platters are very yummy and they serve it with really interesting assortments of dips! A perfect place to meet friends over some yummy dinner and drinks. If you're...More
This one was based in Clarke Quay. Nice staff and decent food. Perhaps a bit overwhelmed by the Persian restaurant close by that blares out loud music every hour for the belly dancer.
I was a bit concerned before stopping here for a drink and a snack as there were no other customers but after looking over the menu I decided to give them a try. What can I say, the beer was cold, the chicken was hot...More
My husband and I enjoyed watching the river boats go by, marvelled at the view of the skyline, and the atmosphere was warm and inviting. This is a hooka bars and every table was enjoying the experience. We thought the food was flavourful and the...More
I spent a couple of evenings here. Big screen for sports, good value 2 for 1 beer offer and tasty chicken wings! Staff were great, seats comfortable and location excellent. I can't comment on the rest of the menu, but I like the place and...More
mediocre food, restaurant looks shabby, very poor service from staff who only brought to the table one dish out of two orders and didnt ask themselves where it went wrong...dont go there it s just not worth it...plenty of good places to go around it
Our expectations were not high, being on the Riverwalk. Still, Moroccan food sounded good. The Baba ghanoush tasted nothing like mashed eggplant and tahini, And it looked so nice. Actually, the lamb kufta was tasty, but most of the other meats on the mixed platter...More