I eat at lots of restaurants and this small suburban eatery is one of my favourites. This is a very small cafe and not much to look at but don't be fooled by appearances.
No kebabs or iskanders here, only traditional Morrocan food made with the finest ingredients and prepared by an excellent chef. The tangines are a beautiful blend of meat or fish, fruit, spices and nuts. I've had many dishes from the menu and my favourite is the Berber tagine – lamb shanks in a black plum and ginger sauce, pistachio and couscous. Everything on the menu is delicious. Highly recommended.
This is a halal restaurant so no alcohol or drinks.
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