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Sanam Sweet House and Restaurant

Sanam Sweet House & Restaurant

145 - 151 Wilmslow Road
M14 5AW
Tel: 0161-224 8824/1008

We have also done a review of Indian Sweets from the Sanam Sweet House and Restaurant.

Sanam is an unlicensed restaurant that has been in there ever since I can remember. It has a reputation for its Indian Sweets as much as for its food.

The premises are divided up into two halves, one which sells the sweets and the other is the restaurant part. The restaurant part always seems busy and it is also notable that many Asians eat there.

We found the décor fairly basic, which is probably what can be expected from an upmarket Sweet Centre. The waiters were attentive and seated us efficiently enough. We studied the menu and ordered a round of soft drinks.

For starters I ordered Sheek Kebab, so did one of my daughters. The other daughter chose the Shami Kebab and my wife chose Onion Bhaji. For main course I chose a Lamb Karahi, We also ordered a Chicken Tikka Masalla and a Chicken Korma with some Pilau Rice and Nan Breads between the four of us.

The startes arrived and we founf the Sheek Kebabs fairly vigorously spiced bu very enjoyable. My youngest daughter found the Shami Kebab far to spicy and powdery in texture and didn’t make any progress with it at all. I ate it though, and had to admit that I preferred the Sheek Kebabs. The Onion Bhajis were described as ‘par for the course’.

The main meals arrived and I found my Lamb Karahi far to hot and ended up having to pick the pieces of meat out of the sauce. The Chilli heat of the dish spoilt it for me. The Chicken Tikka Masalla was declared a little unsubtle and the Chicken Korma met full approval.

Our view was that this meal was a little disappointing. The prices are still about the same as the more up-market Indian restaurants in Rusholme, but the quality was inconsistent and failed to meet our expectations. I will still call in for the Indian sweets as they are delicious, but I will probably pass on the restaurant next time.


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Sanam Sweet House and Restaurant

Total Score: 64%
Quality: Good
Service: Average
Facilities: Average
Ambience: Average
Value: Average


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