I had walked past this place a few times since it opened a few weeks ago without ever being tempted to go in and try it, I don't really fancy spending 40 Dhs on a kebab for lunch. Today, was different, their lunch combo sign grabbed my attention, chicken fillet in tomato sauce with potatoes, rice, green salad, lentil soup and a soft drink all for 29 Dhs!If you have a look at the picture, you will see that is indeed a lot of food for the money. The main course wasn't what I expected, the chicken was deep fried and served with the rice, the sauce with potatoes came in a different bowl, but I just chucked it on top anyway. It wasn't exactly a taste sensation, but it wasn't bad either and for that kind of money, you certainly can't complain.I'll definitely be back another day to see what their other main courses are like, assuming they stay open that long. Every time I have walked past, it has been empty. The whole time I was there, I was the only customer. If they're relying on people just walking past, they're doomed to failure. A little marketing would go a long way, and the same is true for many of the restaurants in this area. Even dropping some menus in the leaflet rack in Park & Shop would be a start.