SquareMeal Review of
London's Tas chain is renowned for its fresh, affordable Turkish flavours, and this is exactly what the founder's Canary Wharf spot provides, albeit in a smarter setting than most of its sister eateries. The waterside backdrop is a good start, and the spacious interior also bodes well. While meaty aromas waft through from the kitchen, the veggie mezze also offers temptation – borek pastries, mücver goats' cheese and courgette patties, grilled sweet peppers with 'white cheese' or spinach with yoghurt and garlic. Kofte, shish kebabs and more complex plates of lamb or chicken come with couscous, though casseroles and seafood dishes are also worth considering – we like the prawn guvech stew, rich in plump crustacea. The space is split into three sections, so you're equally welcome to pop in for a full meal, a snack in the deli or a drink at the bar.