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I know 6 pm is early to dine in Italy, but they only had a selection of starters to serve. We got some falafel, which tasted like they were quickly defrosted in the microwave... disgusting. Place had a nice atmosphere and drinks were quite good,...so it's a shame food wasn't up to it.More
Had a wonderful dinner with both couscous and kebab home made and then spent a relaxing time in the smoking room with a green apple narghile. Owner is very friendly. Recommended if you want to spend a relaxing and enjoyable evening in the heart of...San RemoMore
This place is tucked away in the old town up a narrow street. Strangely, we were the only people in at 8.00pm on a Friday evening, so we feared the worst, but the food and the young guys running the place were both good.
The...hummus was the best that we've ever had and the food and drink we're good value for money.
The restaurant is situated in the old town and the interior reflects this with the old uneven walls and arched shaped ceilings. On entering the restaurant we were not sure what to expect, we arrived a little early and the restaurant had just opened however...the staff were extremely nice and we sat downstairs where we had a relaxing drink and some nibbles. It was possible to sit in an other room where there were a number of instruments known as hookahs where you smoke flavoured tobacco. Unsure of what this was the staff were happy to explain.....and it is legal!!
We were then taken upstairs where although quiet the restaurant still seemed to have a lot of atmosphere. Our food was extremely tastey and very enjoyable. we had 3 courses followed by some mint tea. This tea is highly recommended! Very sweet! And just out of curiosity we ordered an alcoholic tea cocktail off the extensive tea cocktails menu! Something that I have never seen before. The staff were limited in their English but made every effort to speak with us about the restaurant and the san remo area. On receiving the bill we were given a wee grappa. Lovely touch to the end of a lovely meal. Highly recommended for those who are not scared to try something a bit different!More
Date of visit: September 2012
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