Barlow Moor Road, Chorlton.
Some might balk at over £6 for a kebab - and they'd be right to for a bad one, but it's a bit of a different ball game here. The main thing that irks price-wise are all the little sub-charges - extra 50p for 'naan' instaead of pitta, extra 20p for having sauce in a separate container. Silly things like that. The food's good and genuinely different, which is the main thing.
This is an authentic Turkish kebab place right in the centre of Chorlton. The lamb shish kebabs are very good here, subtly flavoured and not at all dry. The chef's special is packed with donner, kofte (similar to seekh) and chicken mince. The special is a bit greasy, but the lamb donner meat is homemade (not the factory produced elephant's foot) and very tasty. The lamb kebab costs £4.50 and the chef's special is £5.20, so the prices are higher than you would pay in Rusholme. The salad is fresh, and the sauces are interesting - with a hot tomato sauce served with the chilli sauce and yoghurt. There is seating on the pavement at the front, and this is great place to eat on a nice day. The only slight issue is the packet bread. We were offered pitta or 'naan', and we opted for the latter. It turned out to be a tasty flat bread that was warmed on the grill.
Scores out of 10