firstly you may need to take the number for this small hidden gem. it is based in a basement of a listed building. It sound creepy, but trust me you will love this place! it has shared car parking with the building above it. a
being in a basement mad eme think 'oh no dodgy' but once inside we were greeted with very friendly staff. some of the staff were arabian origin and so this made me think 'oh yesssss good authentic food!' lol
the place inside was so totally quiete. we were all of a sudden in an amazing tranquil relaxed place. it was a quiete night but we loved this as we hate going to busy rushed atmostphere with staff running aorund manic...the interior in deroated simple and softly. nothing too much and enough to feel relaxed and enjoy the atmostphere and few of the arabian arts and touch's put into place. this is one of those places where you and a friend canpop in and have a good tea and catch up with no staff to hurry you out, no stress and away from it all. we went in to have a meal with family. 2 adults and 2 children. the manager was there and really friendly. they have a large menu too much to choose from but this is good. i like choice. we couldnt decide on whatto have so we asked the manager what was good to try. and he ordered us a few things as he went through the menu with us. he was very good and adviced us what we would like. we did later request grilled prawns but they were off the menu that night and so in return he offered to bring some tagine and rice and it was amzing.
within minutes we could smell amzing aromas and the food was being cooked. it didnt take too long but the manager was good and kept us informed of whats coing and what was going to take a while. the kids and we couldnt wait as it mselt truely amazing.
the food was sserved in traditional lebenese and morrocan dishes and and tagines to completed and really gave that true rustic touch to the food.
the fatoush (my favourite arabian dish) was gorgeous! the chicken tagine and the rice wwas just brillaint. we had a lovely feast. we were never rushed or pressured to move on and hurry out. the atmostphere was good and the manager made sure we were happy with everything.
the food came to around £35 which seriously i thought was a bargain as we had atleast 5-6 dishes and meze etc etc.
i would really recommend this lovely little place to anyone. if your not sure, then just pop down for a sandwich and cupof arabian tea or drink. you will love it! totally different to the rest of the inidan cuisine overpowering bradford......family friendly/couples/ grab and snack place-perfect!. clean, relaxed atmostphere and friendly staff and great authentic food!. what more could you want!
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