Still serving Shawarma and salad separately (pictured) which makes it a bit of a faff to eat, particularly if you're not 'into' any part of the mixed salad – but this is nothing insurmountable. Great stuff.
Chicken Shawarma was an a excellent value meal - unlike the picture above (of chickien tikka) the meat and salad were served separately on a plate with humus and salad. It was good 'real' food - presented a bit like they do in Jaffa but with the great fresh bread rather than thin packet stuff. - Top drawer.
Another good kebab here. The bread and chicken tikka were very good, and the salad was superb. The bloke behind the counter confirmed that Al Safa is a Kurdish establishment.
Al-Safa is new and is on the premises of Rusholme Kebab House. It is about as standard a Middle Eastern type place as you can get. Featuring the same menu (and pictures) as all the others. This isn't a bad thing - they seem to do it equally well and also have the rare treat of chicken shawarma - which unfortuantely hadn't finished cooking by the time we arrived. Kobedas (£3.50 each) had to suffice - and they were perfectly good. The bread and meat were up there with the better places and the salad was excellent, featuring stuffed olives, hummus and various other tasty titbits that are a nice surprise. One slight gripe was that the small plate of salad between two was not quite enough. Though you get the impression that one diner would be served the same amount to themselves. Is there any reason to come here over Jazera, Zam Zam or Kobeda Place? Not really - but it's good.