Price Range: Cheap but not too cheap
Service: Pass (they try very hard to be welcoming)
Definitely more Moroccan than Spanish but there's nothing wrong with that.
Some dishes too small e.g. haloumi salad and scallops - opt for the chicken croquettes and brava potatoes instead - but overall good quality food and very good value.
Entrees whilst small were tasty, Scotch fillet for around $25 is a real standout and the barramundi was good.
Desserts dragged the score down. The deconstructed cheesecake was decent, good in that it didn't taste like cream cheese but didn't taste cheese cake-ey enough. Oddly Afous makes the same naming mistake as Max Brenner calling their fondant a souffle and we wonder if this is has some sort of cultural significance even if Israel and Morocco aren't close - the fondant itself? Not that great.
Will revisit for entree and mains but perhaps watch other tables' dessert before deciding to order.