My husband and I visited this tiny restaurant for a meal last night, having been here the last time we were in Manchester 2 years ago. It was still really good food for really good value. They serve Persian cuisine, so lots of lamb, herbs, kebabs. The food was all so fresh and full of flavour! And the best, thinnest naan bread I've ever had. They don't have an alcohol license but they are happy for you to bring your own bottle and even supplied a cork screw and glasses complete with a smile. We both had 2 courses served with a lovely big dish of basmati rice. I had a lamb stew rich with herbs and my husband had lamb with lentils and a choice of chips or aubergine. He went for the aubergine and it was beautiful, good enough to eat as an extra side dish. Sadly they don't offer desserts but we were able to buy a small selection of pastries to have at home. For the 2 of us the bill was only £24. We'll definitely eat there again, just wish we got here more often!
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