It’s a mouthful of a name, but the meat here, and most dishes on the menu involve a lot of meat, is very good. We had a plate of chicken (above) and beef (below), all grilled/bbq and served with pickles, grilled tomatoes, lettuce and something like homos – all to be eaten with lovely fluffy freshly baked Iraqi bread.
Nice, but you’ll need to like your meat.
I have never been to an Iraqi restaurant. Nice info.
What's it like compared to Franks ? I know they are different cultures but the food looks similar 🙂
I think much more meat with Iraqi; the only relief are pickled and grilled vegetables. I still prefer Frank's because you get the contrast with meat and tabouli (love their tabouli) – can't really taste much garlic in Iraqi either; while the garlic sauce at Frank's is to die for.