It was our first ever visit in a Iraqi restaurant and it was a pleasant experience. The food - kind of kebab - was good and the service was also professional. Worth a visit surely.
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My first ever meal in an Iraqi restaurant. This was good food, nice and spicy and very tasty. Iraqi tea also good flavoured with cardamom which I've had in coffee before, but not tea.. Friendly staff and good service. Sat outside, but inside quite extensive...More
We took a private booth - though didn't close the curtain- and were served a feast of delights by impeccable staff. I enjoyed the kebab and the red rice washed down with complimentary Iraqi tea and accompanied by freshly squeezed fruit juices. My wife enjoys...More
We stopped in based on a friend’s recommendation. We started with the garlic hummus (chickpeas on the menu). It was smooth and very flavorful. The bread was fresh and hot. The friend recommended the fish but it takes approximately 30 minutes to prepare so we...More
I used to go there for ten years when I want a basic or standard oriental restaurant every thing is ok from moutabal to lamb cuts with a fair quality Special bread (hot) provided Good beverages Fair price quality ratio Service and decoration are up...More
Chanced upon this fabulous restaurant and was blown away with the flavours in all the food we tried, the atmosphere and really friendly service just added to a great experience . A table upstairs in the air conditioning overlooking the souk was magic.
The restaurant is so big and well decorated; it represents the main Iraqi features and local decorations (I appreciated the curtains around each table which can be drawn in order to get a little privacy). The location is wide, a little bit dark (maybe to...More