Kazbar

What with it being my last few days at Aurora Fashions with the girls, we decided to try out our local tapas bar Kazbar. We'd only heard good things about it (great food, hot men) so thought, where else would we go? As we walked in, we were met with the sound of guitars playing and the smell of foreign incense burning, which was an attack on all the senses. Add in lots of candles, lanterns, fairy lights and an open roof, and you feel like you've been transported to an alleyway in a foreign land.

I ended up going for the standard Patatas Bravas, with some chicken and chickpeas in a spicy sauce, and prawns and chorizo with a sweet tomato base. I've had good and bad tapas and this was definitely some of the best I've eaten. It can't beat the tapas I first tried in Barcelona but it was close. And of course I had to get my all time favourite desert of churros. We also took our friends churro virginity; It was the best night of her life. They even had the traditional Baklava but the others were too full to even contemplate it.

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Whilst the service wasn't the best, what with forgetting drinks and struggling to understand what we were asking sometimes, this just makes it all the more authentic of being abroad and having the waiting staff look at you as if to say "bloody English". However the food and the atmosphere make up for it and I wanted to stay all night in the beautifully authentic Moroccan building, all cosied up with the lanterns and soft music playing in the background.