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Sunday 19 Nov 2017

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Pastry House

There’s a lot of baking talent on offer along South Manchester’s famous Curry Mile. Chefs in the Mile’s many restaurants serve up peshwari naans, parathas, japatis and all manner of flatbreads straight from their onsite tandoors and ovens while shop windows are crammed with displays of Asian sweets like jalebi and halva.

Middle Eastern patisserie Pastry House, which is tucked away on one of the Mile’s side-roads, is one of the best places to get your fix of baked goods. Their baklava – a traditional Middle Eastern sweet treat mixing pistachio and honey between layers of puff pastry – are divine.

You can have any of their flatbreads, served piping hot from the onsite clay oven, with classical Middle Eastern food combinations like baba ganoushe, salty haloumi cheese or lamb and spinach.

Despite serving traditional pastries in the north west for more than 25 years their hours deviate from your average British baker meaning customers can grab a baklava right from 10am right through until 10pm.

Signature Bake: Their amazing honey and pistachio baklava are an archetypal Middle Eastern sweet treat.

Star Bake: The lamb and feta fatayers, a pizza-esque pastry, served piping hot from their ovens.

Address:

Pastry House
Unit 2
Walmer Street East
Rusholme
Manchester M14 5SS

Opening Information:

Daily: 10:00am - 10:00pm