What Saleh’s recommendations have in common, besides delicious food and the ability to eat halal, is that the vibe is more “Grandma’s kitchen” than fine dining. Many are little more than a hole in the wall.
Saleh’s day job is human rights lawyer, but she is also a writer. Her poetry has been anthologised widely, and her debut novel Songs for the Dead and the Living was published on Tuesday.
The story is about a woman born in…
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