... but average hookah. Really, if you get a sweet tooth walking up the narrow streets of Granada, definitely drop by. We had the Dakkar and the Oriental crepe and both were heavenly. I also had a mango lassi and it was one of the best I had in Europe. Nice atmosphere, friendly staff, great place. What we can't recommend is the hookah. I suspect they put some cheap tobacco in and ... well, it just didn't taste good. But it was one of the cheapest in this street, so yeah. Definitely go in for food, go someplace else for nargila.
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