You can’t help but notice that a change has come over the UK – a grey, chilly, autumn sort of change. The temperature’s dropped. Cold winds are shaking the darling buds of, er, September. The sun no longer has his hat on. And what you find yourself craving, more and more, is a bit of proper North African heat – something deliciously spicy and warm to bring summer back to your belly.
Return to a hotter culinary climate, kgbdeals diners – head to the delightfully decorated Oranaise Café for a selection of twelve absolutely scrumptious Moroccan tapas to share between four people. You’ll eat your fill of tasty treats, from baba ghanouj to kefta meatballs – and, incredibly, you’ll pay just £27, a sunkissed saving of up to 52%!
agent k’s pick of the menu…
- baba ghanouj
- merguez sausages served with houmous sauce
- batata hara
about Oranaise Café
Oranaise, café in the day and restaurant at night captures the magic of Algeria, Morocco and Old Andalucía. Beautifully furnished with hand-made Moorish lanterns, carpets, mirrors, tagines and mint pots, it creates a peaceful, romantic and creative sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of every day life. If you’re the busy type, surf the internet with their Wi-Fi access. Watch a movie in their upstairs “khaima” (Moorish home) or simply have a game of chess, the choice is yours!