We ate here on one of out last nights and wished we'd found it sooner.
Its situated on a corner in the centre of Naama so you can sit, dine and watch the world go by in an open air resturant. If the little street sellers try to approach you they are told to go away by the staff. It has low cushioned seats with rugs to put over your legs for the chilly evenings. The staff were lovely and attentive. They first gave us some complimentary bread (which was fresh and warm) and hummous.We both ordered starters which were lovely but be careful not fill up on that warm bread! It felt like we waited a while for mains (2 mixed grills) but when they finally did come the hot plate was packed with meat,chips and veg and was sizzling. It was georgeous and i ended up scoffing the whole thing despite filling up on bread! They dont seem to have an alcohol license as we saw people going out to get their own, but not a problem. Im a big desert girl but found myself not really eating them at the resturants as usually watery ice cream so i went to Baskin Robins across the road. We had sheisha afterwards and let our food digest until we felt we could walk again. When the bill came i had to double take, we had 2 starters, 2 mains, drinks and shisha and it came to around £20! it all tasted even nicer after that, well worth a visit and would return tommorow.
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