Hints of Ottoman promise – lanterns, scatter cushions & some pretty prints – brighten up the bright, bistro-style interior of this Turkish grill, & the menu follows suit with international influences alongside more traditional tastes. You could begin with mezze – borek, dolma, haloumi etc – ahead of lamb shish or a mixed grill; otherwise, follow the western trail with beer-battered cod & chips, mussels in white wine or fillet steak au poivre. Set menus (£8.50 for a lunch deal or £18.50 for a more extensive dinner) stay on Turkish territory & represent very fair value. A small bar dispenses colourful cocktails plus Budvar & Beck’s Vier by the pint, while the wine list has plenty of sub-£20 offerings with a Turkish duo occupying the coveted ‘one up from house’ spot.
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