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In a cafe named Artichoke, artichokes are bound to be found on the menu! Simple char-grilled globe artichokes with za’atar and evoo ($7+)~The portion of the pan fried halibut ($30+) was really generous! Two thick slabs of fillets (really fresh but way too salty), perfectly grilled prawns and scallops, and patatas bravas (crispy potatoes with smoked paprika)~Dessert: date pudding with dulce de leche custard, peanut caramel and sea salt ($10+). Too complicated and so sweet and dense that more than
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In a cafe named Artichoke, artichokes are bound to be found on the menu! Simple char-grilled globe artichokes with za’atar and evoo ($7+)~

The portion of the pan fried halibut ($30+) was really generous! Two thick slabs of fillets (really fresh but way too salty), perfectly grilled prawns and scallops, and patatas bravas (crispy potatoes with smoked paprika)~

Dessert: date pudding with dulce de leche custard, peanut caramel and sea salt ($10+). Too complicated and so sweet and dense that more than half was left untouched.
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