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Adam's Cafe Restaurant Review: Adam’s is an ordinary café and a friendly bistro in the evenings serving good, no-nonsense meals. Inspiration from Tunisia and Morocco means starters like spicy Tunisian vegetable, lamb and pasta soup (the menu is strong on gutsy soups) and grilled fresh sardines with a coriander dip, and mains from flame-grilled sea bass to traditional tagines. Also on offer is couscous. Desserts include an almond tart and pastries. Drink Tunisian or Moroccan wine, Tunisian digestifs, mint tea with pine nuts or Arabic coffee. The bring-your-own-bottle policy (corkage is £4) is as generous as the portions. Set dinners run from £13.50 for a main course plus mint tea or coffee through £16.50 for two and £19.50 for three courses.