I went with my family last Sunday. The place was encouragingly busy and bustling.
ABU ZAAD was spotlessly clean, service was prompt. The waiters are really busy so can't spend time waiting over you, sometimes you might haveto flag them down, but they do try to be helpful.
The food is simple carefully cooked and exceptionally fresh.
My children had a Tajine, lamb stuffed courgette, and Frika Lamb. Not a morcel was left. They are still talking about the melt-in-your-mouth meat.
My Shawarama perfectly presented and still hot. My wifes grill cooked, not burnt.
So 5 mains, 2 sides, 5 juices, 2 deserts, cost ? £60.
Everyone stuffed and content. Best money I have spent in ages
I couldnt have been happier.