The outside appearance of the restaurant leaves it looking like a late night kebab shop. However, when you look at the menu, you realise that it is a kebab shop, but doing some extremely different. Don't get me wrong, it's not a fancy restaurant. It's more like a cafe in style than anything else.
The service was fast and friendly, and not very expensive. For a shared starter, plus a main each, and 2 cans of drink, it was £29 in total. The mains were pretty large, which were shish-style kebabs served with rice.
We only spotted it by chance, but it was easily the best shish kebabs that I'd ever had, and far better than the pitta bread + salad style you see at late night kebab shops.
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