Nanerj

The name, Nanerj (also spelled Naranj), is taken from a Middle Eastern fruit, originally from Iran, that looks much like an orange.

Offering Syrian dishes, there is an assortment of dishes ranging from soups, hot and cold starters, sandwiches and wraps, charcoal grilled mains, as well as a few traditional desserts that include Damascene Rice Pudding, Baklawa and Halaya. The restaurant is entirely alcohol-free.

Nanerj also offers all-day breakfast, has a bakery that offers fresh bread throughout the day, a selection of sea food dishes, and daily specials, such as, Maklouba, and a rarity known as Soujkat – an extremely popular House Special (in fact, the owner’s grandmother’s recipe) that comprises the stomach of a lamb, stuffed with meat, that’s slow cooked for 2 days!

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