It's dinner time at Adams Cafe. Treat yourself to large portions of North African cuisine in the informal setting of this family-run restaurant. White ... More
It's dinner time at Adams Cafe. Treat yourself to large portions of North African cuisine in the informal setting of this family-run restaurant. White table cloths, Arabic music at the background, ceramic tiling and candlelight give the restaurant its soothing touch. The place is small and cannot seat large groups of people at a time. The menu is limited and not very attractive. So just expect a peaceful night out with lots of food on a dish, but not too many dishes to choose from.
the friendly geeting of frances and abdel gives a good start.the tasty digestives give one a great hunger.Hot spicy soup for a chilly evening goes down a treat.A large sea bass presented in a unique manner is my favourite.I couldgo on but all I will say is it's superb food all cooked to order.You will enjoy the experience and so will your wallet
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