Great value for money. A lovely, authentic-looking setting with lots of interesting pieces. Our table was supported by an old Singer sewing machine stand. The restaurant is full on weekends mainly due to the price and ambiance. A huge breakfast buffet on offer with freshly baked manaeesh (cheese or zaater pizza type bread to cry for). Even though it is full the staff are still very accommodating and charming. You can order your eggs freshly cooked and the variety of buffet dishes is extensive. Tea, coffee or juice is included in the price.
All my Arabic favourites; fried courgette, shanklish, manaeesh, muhamara and muhallabia. Very happy tummies all round.
A 10/10 although I found the eggs and coffee under par but the overall experience was great.