Reviewing this Pakistani canteen feels a bit like we're flogging our first–born child for £5 down Brick Lane Market. And if that analogy hasn't lost you completely, you deserve a decent recommendation. If you're sick of Brick Lane not coming up to scratch this place will light your fire. Waiters are ten–a–penny and hectic and devoid of manners, punters are post–mosque locals and student layabouts. A recent jazzy refurb – modern art on the walls: check, leafy shenanigans: check, lick of white paint: check – has had no effect on the food, which is as authentically delicious as ever. Meat fans should order lamb chops – trust us or check out the marinades at the back – and veggies will be happy with fiery chick–pea or spinach karahis. Naans are buttery and rotis are massive, bubbly and freshly made. BYO booze or go local style with a jug of H20. .