Can’t fault the food, even the deserts. The knafa cheesecake was so very moorish and a definite sharer. The lack of alcohol was a refreshing change and saves a fortune on the bill. A very relaxed, friendly and informal place to eat with friends or family. The only tiny thing that lets it down is the bland and uninviting decor but that isn’t the priority, so I’ll definitely be back.
Small but delicious menu. Waiter/owner very friendly. Ambience modern/simple/tasteful. Didn't miss the alcohol!
Nice enough, but not as nice as I hoped. My sumac vegetables mainly potatoes, which was a shame. Quite expensive for what it is.
We knew it was dry, and that was not a problem, but when selecting a restaurant in future would probably choose not to return and go to a restaurant with similar cuisine that did serve alcohol.
Service good and staff very nice.
Outstanding food and service! A real gem! Wish we had room for pudding but the starters and mains were all absolutely fantastic.
The staff and food were really good but the only problem was if sat in a certain place every time a person walked past the floor would bounce which made eating slightly uncomfortable.
The food was lovely at Baity and the staff were very friendly. The service was very slow, however the worst thing were the toilets. I’m amazed they can get away with such appalling standards of hygiene.
Good quality food .Frwsh ingredients used in food.
Looking forward to the additional items on the menu.
Not only the best Palestinian restaurant, it’s also the best middle-eastern restaurant in Manchester.
Absolutely incredible food and great service. Easily one of the best restaurants in Manchester