Armenian cuisine is undeservedly one of the less-known global cuisines and its lack of representation is particularly unfortunate given that it is – similar to, for instance, Afghani cuisine – an example of a national tradition that is already in fusion, what some call a crossroads cuisine. Indigenous traditions absorb the influences from national neighbours and receive feedback from far-flung diaspora members to form an exquisite palette of flavours and textures, ably brought to life at Station 22. This Cheadle Hulme restaurant finds itself down Station Road, moments from the station itself and therefore an easy trek from Stockport or even Manchester if you’re an intrepid foodie looking for something different. It’s well worth it, because not only does Station 22 offer sublime, hearty Caucasian cuisine, it offers a dining experience that is nothing less than refined.
The restaurant was closed and in darkness when we arrived at 7pm. Has this restaurant closed down and if so why haven't you been informed?