This little restaurant/cafe is tucked between some other Asian restaurants but for 2 qualities it stands out; the homely feelings and cosy environment and the taste.
It feels like a canteen when you enter with simple chairs and tables and lack of frills. When I first visited I was a bit skeptical but sat patiently with my friends. With Pakistani food, you have to know you are not working with courses instead all food is served together and you should do it this way though you can go with courses based on the menu.
The food is freshly prepared with lots of authentic flavour and original taste instead of lots of chilli and food colour you get in UK. The naan bread and roti was freshly baked, seekh kebabs freshly bbq’d and food piping hot without that awful microwave taste.
We ordered a lot of food including haleem, lamb biryani and bbq’d lamb chops and seekh kebabs. I wasn’t disappointed by a single dish time and time again. The best part is bill which came out to be 26 pounds for 3 people (we still had left over food, yay to more food next morning).
With no decorations and great taste, a big thumbs up to Raavi!!!