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Jasmine lebanese opens in the village

Jasmine lebanese opens in the village

Jasmine was founded and opened five years ago in Chorlton by two very close friends who both share the same values and ethics; to serve the best Middle Eastern cuisine prepared with the very best ingredients, regardless of cost.,/p>

It is part of the Jasmine philosophy to never compromise on cost even when produce becomes seasonally more expensive as this is how we ensure we can serve the finest dishes.

All othe food is prepared and freshly made at the restaurant from scratch, including our Hummus, Babaghanouj, Muhamara, flat breads and pastries. Dishes arfe made to order and our pastries and homemade breads are baked in our Middle Eastern clay oven.

After 5 years of success, the founders, Mohamed and Mohamed (affectionately known as Big Mo and Little Mo) had a vision to expand and share the experience of their much praised food across Manchester.

This expansion to Manchesters' Gay Village includeds the exciting addition of a fully licenced bar offering fine wines, beers and spirits. The bar follows the philosophy of the restaurant in that it aims to deliver the best quality products available at a competitive price point and is housed within a beautifully restored warehouse which has been decorated with a Middle Eastern flavour.

Set over two floors, with an open kitchen in the basement dining area, it offers an informal dinning experience with the option of a small private dining area for up to 16 diners for special occasions or privacy; while the bar area offers seating for drinks, aperitifs or bar snacks.

Published: 6-Sep-2018

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