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Its 15 years of service make Gallipoli an old timer on Upper Street, where competition is fierce. The Aladdin’s Cave decor & easy-going atmosphere are both reasons to return, but it’s the menu
that most encourages repeat visits. Turkish & Lebanese cuisines combine in flavour-packed plates of spankingly fresh food. Main course-sized dishes are available (mostly grilled meats on pitta
with yoghurt & the restaurant’s ‘special sauce’), but the best tip is to order a tableful of the inexpensive & delicious mezze – spicy Turkish sausage, börek (pastries stuffed with minced
beef & pine kernels, or potato & leek), imam bayildi (melt-in-the-mouth stuffed aubergine) & creamy hoummos with baskets of fresh Turkish bread. To drink, there’s a gluggable house red
at £11.95, a Châteauneuf-du-Pape for only £24.95, or Turkish Efes Pilsen.
An empire of Gallipoli restaurants line up along Upper Street, in Angel; London.It's a pretty bold statement to have THREE of the same restaurants all perched proudly on the same road.There's Cafe Gallipoli, Gallipoli Bazaar and Gallipoli Again; in that very order.We decided to go to the one in the middle; Gallipoli Bazaar purely because the interior was the most lavish, dark and cosy.The deep crimson walls, decadent silk sofas, flickering candle light, and dim Moroccan lamps created that lazy, border line seductive atmosphere...
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