Middle Eastern restaurants in Spain
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This place prepares similar fare to Ali Baba, though with less salad, and is convenient if you're shopping.
Fine Middle Eastern cuisine, reasonable prices and the aesthetics of an Arab diwan with cushions strewn around some of the softly lit, low-lying tables make for a fine change to your Spanish diet. We especially enjoyed the cordero con miel y piñones (lamb with honey and pine nuts; €9.40) and the cuscus de pollo con pasas y cebolla (couscous with raisins and onion; €8.80).