Modern Tabriz Restaurant
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Modern Tabriz Restaurant information
This good-value favourite serves great kababs and excellent fried trout in a large, basement dining hall that somehow finds a successful blend of olde-worlde charm, 1960s retro and idiosyncratic kitsch. Meal prices include ‘service’, ie salad, soft drink and delicious barley-and-barberry soup.