Very good experience at this restaurant. I ate a chicken plate (merishke kebab) that was cooked in the traditional Kurdish way: over the charcoal barbecue. Great taste of Iranian food
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Living in Edinburgh, this is one of my favourite restaurants and visit regularly however after my visit today, I will sadly not be dining here anymore. Having worked in the service industry, I understand the time pressures and constraints etc., especially on a Saturday night,...More
My mum has several severe food allergies and Ali, the manager of Hanam, was incredibly accommodating of her needs and ensured we all enjoyed our meals! It was fresh, delicious, and fairly prices food - especially for being right off the Mile.
I visited this restaurant this evening after 3 previous attempts at getting a table, it was always fully booked. After waiting so long I was so looking forward to my meal. I asked the waitress if two meals which one did she recommend, it was...More
we turned up without a booking, were welcomed and enjoyed delicious Kurdish and Moroccan main courses- the flat breads were especially good. The place felt comfortable and relaxed.
Bearing in mind that my husband and I are both vegetarian and don't drink alcohol, we found the food here exceptionally good value. We were lucky enough to squeak in for an early evening dinner on a Wednesday, when to our surprise we were told...More
The chicken dishes here are a revelation and the staff is helpful in navigating the menu and making small changes to suit customers. This was my second time here. I wont go to Edinburgh without eating at Hanam's
Went to this restaurant last night with some friends and was my second time there. The staff were very pleasant and managed to fit us in with short notice. Everything on the menu was overpriced. I had a chicken biryani that cost me £15.30 and...More