This restaurant does not have a license to sell alcohol and blows you to take your own with no corkage charge. This considerably reduces the cost of a meal out and means that I was happy to pay for a really good lamb main course. The falafel we had for starter were crisp on the outside and soft in the middle, just as they should be. They were, perhaps, a little lacking in flavour compared to my favourite ones, but good all the same. The baklava we had for dessert was dripping in syrup with lovely crisp flakes of pastry.
The decor is a bit basic - more like a cafe than a restaurant. However, if you focus on the food you won't be disappointed.
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