The Aljaima is Moroccan inspired and the interior is dark, with the bright sunshine kept out by stained glass windows and fretwork panels.
But the welcome is genuine and the pleasure the staff get from seeing you enjoy there food is genuine.
My wife and I shared a delicious plate of babaghanouj alongside grilled goats cheese with honey jam as starters.
I followed with kefta albunduk (lamb meatballs with a tangy tomato sauce) and my wife went for lamb tagine with vegetables which was so tender the meat simply fell apart.
Hot fresh bread, delicious olives on the side and a bottle of excellent local wine completed the meal which at 64 Euros in total was not cheap, but extremely reasonable.
I definitely recommend Aljaima.
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