I was recommended this place by a so called Self proclaimed middle class type of person. He said it was an Arabic -French fusion restaurant. They didn't have an English menu. It didn't matter as , fortunately I knew a lot of the cuisine types from my middle East travels. It was aiming to cater for more wealthy people of the area and those who fit Into the image. We had a meze of tabouleh and baba ganoush and hummus with bread. All delicious! Good portions. I ordered Tawouk (chicken cubes on skewers) for main. This was a big disappointment as just 2 skewers and no vegetables or salad to it. The taste of the chicken was lovely nevertheless. The cost was 150 mxn I think. The service charge was 15% rather
than the usual 10 %. Why? I don't know !
The target customer was obviously for the "well heeled " as no ordinary Mexican here would be willing or able to pay the prices. What with my friends ' meal he had plus simple cans of water, the overall cost came to 1, 115 mxn!!! This could have paid for a banquet some other place more humble . In the middle East/north Africa this food would have cost significantly less in a more universal and approachable eating venue . It was a one off treat whilst on holiday. Stung in the wallet department! I wish them well as there's plenty of people dining here. Service was polite and efficient .
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