The Israeli husband-and-wife team behind this cute Middle Eastern café used to cook at Ottolenghi and Nopi respectively – so you know what to expect from their pint-sized kitchen. With around 20 covers and a couple of tables on the pavement, it’s a tight squeeze, but worth any discomfort for a taste of their vibrant food. Flavours from Algeria, Morocco, Iraq and the Yemen collide on a daily menu that offers all kinds of mezze morsels ranging from spicy falafels with thick tahini to marinated beetroot with sprigs of oregano or watermelon salad with feta and green chillis. For a bigger fill-up, try roast baby chicken with ras el hanout and barberries or merguez sausages with shakshuka (eggs baked in tomato and pepper sauce). A mouth-watering window display of sticky pastries and cakes is an added temptation for diners and passers-by alike.
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