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Flamin Nosh - Stalybridge, Manchester

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portseven Jul 20, 2009 04:20 AM

After attempting to get into Nando's for a Saturday afternoon meal, we chanced upon this place on the way home.

Flamin Nosh, is a locally owned family oriented resturant in Stalybridge. The menu is a bit of a TGI's wannabe. With ribs, fajitas, burgers, pizza, pasta. Though their selling point is that it is all freshly made, and locally sourced (where possible).

So took the Mrs and the little'un (2yrs old)

Starters - I had 'garlic and lemon' wings, she had 'tortilla platter, with salsa, hummous and sour cream', little one had garlic bread. All obviously homemade apart from tortilla chips, and the garlic bread was v-nice homemade and with rocket on the top.

Mains - I originally requested Lamb and Rosemary Fajitas, but as the butcher hadn't made delivery I plumped for a very nice Fritatta instead. Wife had Morocan Lamb with Cous Cous, and baby had chicken strips with flatbread and chunky chips.

Desert - Only wife had a pear and almond tart.

Overall the food was very nice, flavours were not overpowering so no MSG there. Bit confused about wifes Lamb dish being available but not mine, I suspect the butcher does lots of work for them!

Nicely presented, and good staff. Would go again.