We ate here in late Feb 2017 it is a cafe linked to the Brown Hotel and we had breakfast here as part of our hotel package. Food was really tasted and staff were very friendly. I had the shakshouka, a traditional dish and it was excellent. Eggs and tomato in a hot bowl with fresh bread. I really enjoyed it. It's a nice quaint type of cafe with lots of original art pieces. The have free wifi and speed was good. Coffee was OK. Food was the highlight for us. It was a massive serve. I was going to have the muesli as well but she suggested that the shakshouka would be plenty and it definitely was. I'd eat here again. Experience was very good.
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