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  • 5.0 star rating
    21/11/2013
    ROTD 16/1/2014

    In London there's always new places to go so I try to never go to the same place twice, but I've been to Gallipoli 3 times so it only means that I absolutely love this place.
    We always get the set dinner which serves a bit of everything on their menu, which I personally like because I love to try/sample everything. For so much to eat, it's a great price that can't compare to other Turkish restaurants.
    Not only is the food great, but the atmosphere is amazing. The plethora of hanging lamps gives out an ethnic, homey aura and even though it's constantly busy, you can sit in there for ages and enjoy the setting. I also like the outdoor seating, where you can see bustling Angel.

  • 4.0 star rating
    17/2/2014

    Came here on Friday with 7 friends. It was Valentine day, so the place had a bit of "romantic" twist with rose petals and a pre sent menu at £25 for 3 courses. Overall the atmosphere is nice, as a mediterranean bistrot.

    The starters were mezze to share (hummus, tzaziki etc), then we had one main each. i had the Shish Tauk (I think it is written in this way, the chicken marinated cubes with rice). it was very good and abundant.

    My friends had wonderful desserts (brownies with ice creams among others), I had a shot of amaretto instead.

    I will come back on a normal night to check out the a la carte menu.

  • 4.0 star rating
    11/7/2014

    This is one of those amazing gems, scattered around London. The food is Turkish and the tradition is something being held quite high in their priority list. The decorations are amazing and being able to transfer you to the country itself. Food is not expensive and even cheap-ish, I might say. There's also a huge difference in the amount of food you get and the money you pay for it. Order the meze special and you won't regret it and might even return for more, as in my case.

  • 4.0 star rating
    21/7/2014
    1 check-in

    Walked in for the first time and I was surprised by the interior. The ceiling was covered with different lanterns and the walls had different kinds of art-- it was small but it felt cozy. I ordered the Gallipoli special and when my hot plate arrived I was amazed by both the aroma and portion. The previous restaurants I've been to weren't as generous. The lamb was flavorful, koete was a little spicy (a nice change with all the Chinese food I've had) and matched with the pita bread it was fantastic. The rice with what I think is lentils had an interesting texture and the salad had a vinagette that tastes home made. My sis had some samosa looking thing that came with humus, and 2 other dippings and those were great as well.The staff is very friendly and welcoming. Had I stayed longer I would have come back.

  • 4.0 star rating
    3/2/2014

    - visit on a Saturday night for dinner: reservation recommended
    - small restaurant/bistro, very noisy, crowded, closely spaced: BUT that`s Turkish!! It is very authentic
    - very friendly staff
    - first thing we ordered: Turkish Raki (to prepare the stomach for lots of food :-))
    - nice dishes (very authentic): sucuk izgara (Turkish sausages) 4.50 GBP; Iskender 11.75 GBP; Kofte 9.95 GBP; all big portions and very tasty! I loved it!
    - for desert we had Turkish tea 1.50 GBP, Turkish coffee 2.35 GBP and Baklava 4.25 GBP (Turkish delight was offered for free): also very authentic and yummy
    - price absolutely appropriate for the quality

    Conclusion: It is a 4.5! I really enjoyed it a lot! Very authentic atmosphere and food!

  • 4.0 star rating
    23/5/2013
    1 check-in

    One lazy Sunday afternoon I wanted to have a glass champagne and celebrate...well nothing  really! So I chose Gallipoli on my stroll around Upper Street before I meet my friend for movies.

    I ordered four starters and I had nothing to complain about: good portion size, tasty and fresh. I had calamari, prawns, borek and some salad. All were perfectly cooked - though I do realise it is not much for mediterranean!

    I would come back for another lazy weekend meal - for sure! I just love the decor inside - do try to get a table by the window - to do some people watching!

  • 4.0 star rating
    7/5/2013

    First time here and very impressed. The food is simple yet tasty. The service is brisk but attentive and the price was reasonable for a popular part of town.

    Would definitely return.

  • 4.0 star rating
    17/6/2013

    Try the borek and the prawns too. They are tasty and perfectly-cooked.
    The staff is welcoming, the atmosphere is pleasant.

  • 5.0 star rating
    10/9/2012
    2 check-ins

    Two words: The Full Meze.

    I've been here a few times now and every time I've gotten it, it's been an amazing explosion of unbelievable food.

    The first time, I got it on a whim. I was out with a friend and there it was, for £12, a sampling of a bunch of items (you have to have at least two people at the table to do it.) Ok, I'm game.

    About 10 minutes later, they brought down tons of dishes! Enough to fill our giant table. Yogurts and dips and wraps and more. And a nice basket of bread to dip it all in.

    "Wow," I replied after the waitress has placed it all down.
    "Uhuh," she said. "Hot food is coming."

    Hot food is coming!? Sure enough, more dishes were on their way - lamb, chicken, falafel, so many delicious things. Holy god. And the falafel? Maybe the best I've had in the city so far.

    My one suggestion would be to take away one of the yogurt dishes (since there seems to be two, one with beans and one without) and replace it with Tabouleh, which is the only thing missing from this monster platter. Oh, and maybe some pita so I can make my own little wrap with the meats and sauces.

    But small complaints when compared to the giant collection of food you receive for such a cheap price!

    And then, the last star is earned by both service, which has been awesome each time I've gone, and decorations, which is awesome. It's a small place and they have tons of different coloured lamps hanging from the ceiling.  Weird, quirky, awesome.

    I love Gallipoli. One of my favourite spots in  London for sure.

    (So what's really in the full Meze. I pulled this from the menu: Lamb Guvec Mitite Kofte Chicken Guvec Dolma Falafel Borek Hommus Cacik Kisir Bakla Borulce Potato Salad. So there you go.)

  • 4.0 star rating
    9/2/2011
    ROTD 11/7/2011

    Ok, let me get the one bad thing out of the way: the service was a bit slow at first. We didn't book, we just turned up and they said to come back an hour later if we wanted to stay for longer than an hour - of course we did. Turkish food? I'm gonna savour it! We came back at the time they suggested, at the same time as two 10+ sized parties, but luckily we were two. After about 15 minutes waiting by the door we were seated, but we were alright with it because we weren't in a rush.

    It was made up for anyway. We sat down and they immediately took a great interest in our comfort and leisure, served us quickly and were very friendly and chatty. The waiter even made a couple of jokes about people on dates like any nice waiter would to break the ice a little bit.

    Later, when he apologised for the wait I asked if he could throw in a bit of free flatbread to make up for it. He happily agreed to and it was delicious with some fantastic hommous.

    The Chicken & Potato dish was fantastic, as was the Lamb Variant, and the Dolmades worked very nicely as a starter, even to my date, a Turkish food newbie.

    The fact that they were so good to customers as soon as they were actually customers meant more than just trying to woo new customers into coming in, I think, and the food more than made up for it anyway. Good job, Gallipoli!

  • 5.0 star rating
    24/1/2011
    1 check-in

    Amazing food and ultra-pleasant service. Be prepared to feast like a king while paying prole prices.

    Really, all you need to know is to order the Set Meal 1. It comes in two waves - one of cold mezzes, then one of hot mezzes. At least two people in your party must order it at ~£11 each, but it's more than satisfying.

    Winners of the set had to be the juicy mitite kofte (which went exceptionally well with the yogurty manca) and the simple, but satisfying humus. Sometimes the standards are just what you need. Also, if a server asks you if you want the chili sauce, say "Yes, please!" early and often. I kind of wanted to buy a tub of it to take home!

    Though we were in a rush to leave to scoot on to our next destination, we were each graciously offered a sample of baklava as we piled out the door. Not only did they fill us up, but they sent us packing with one for the road. How can you -not- love a place like that?

    NB: Be sure to arrive early. It turns out that all of the Gallipolis are quite popular with the weekend dinner crowd.

  • 5.0 star rating
    16/1/2011

    I Love this place! One of the best, if not the best, restaurant I have eaten at in London.

    The restaurant is very small, but very good (which is why there is three of them I guess). The restaurant has an authentic flair with all its decorations and the staff is Mediterranean, so that I though I was on vacation (one can dream right?). I am a pescetarian, so I greatly appreciated their great veggie options, but first the hummus was delicious!! In fact everything was delicious and I was there with a group of 10 or so. We all had different things and not one person had less to say than 'amazing'! The prices are also very reasonable (main dishes are less than £10) especially since it is located on Upper Street in Angel.

    I would definitely recommend this place for people well everyone, unless you don't like Mediterranean food, but if you're going with more than 3/4 people I would make a reservation beforehand, cuz the place is pretty small!

    I'll be back soon and dragging everyone of my visitors there!!

  • 4.0 star rating
    22/11/2009
    ROTD 26/11/2010
    Listed in Angel, My ROTDs

    Thank goodness for Laura's picture that identified this one as the one next to Odd Bins because I wasn't sure which of the trifecta I went to!  I am assuming the food is the same at all three (some shared ktichen somewhere in a back alley along Upper Street), but have no confirmation of this since their website is down.  

    Solid food--a bit of an overwhelming menu--how many ways can you do grilled meat?  Well obviously at least 20 different ways--maybe with a side of rice, or maybe on a bed of yogurt, or maybe it is chicken and beef instead of chicken and lamb.  But it all tastes delicious.  Love the mezze spread, because what's not to love about hummous and fallafel and other Middle Eastern inspired deliciousness in seven little plates in front of you with a big basket of bread!  The food is a solid performance.

    The space is a bit cramped--a woman knocked over the water glass at our table with her handbag as she was walking out and there may have been some other elbows that my dinner guests occurred.  

    Decor is a bit dizzying--lots of lamps and pictures on the wall, and the service is just okay, but I'd get my hummous, lamb and aubergine cravings satisfied here any day or night.

  • 4.0 star rating
    2/6/2009

    This place is amazing. So much meze. It was mezetronic. A mezeopolis. More meze then you could fit in your fez...e. OK, that last one was bad, but I feel this video accurately sums up what my delightful experience at Gallipoli was like: youtube.com/watch?v=v-YD…

    A group of us (I'm making friends just fine Mom!) decided on the fixed menu #2 which led to meze AND full dinners AND deserts AND gross, but oddly tasty shots our waiter bought us. Apparently "Gallipoli" is Turkish for gluttony and that's alllllllright by me. All around good times.

  • 5.0 star rating
    6/9/2009
    2 check-ins

    Nom nom nom... I am a huge fan of the Trifecta of Gallipoli's Upper Street manifestation, and having to choose one over the other normally involves finding the location with the shortest wait.

    (Seriously, if I would have known Lebanese and Turkish food was this good, I would NOT have waited 27 years to indulge in the deliciousness.)

    But this Gallipoli holds a special place in my heart for their outdoor sheesha patio. Sitting on upper street, sipping up strawberry, orange, rose and mint hubbly-bubbly, and watching the world go by is a pretty fantastic way to spend a lazy evening.

    The Cheshire Cat and I give 5-stars way up.

  • 4.0 star rating
    2/8/2009

    This place is the total package!

    1. Stellar food: the meats are tender, the veggies are crisp and fresh, the wine is perfect and the portions were huge (and by huge, I mean American-sized huge!) The desserts are great too!

    2. Location and Decor: they have three great locations right by each other and so close to my flat all with Moroccan lamps hanging from the ceiling, cool photos, candles give it a great cozy, romantic vibe

    3. Service: Very attentive and funny

  • 4.0 star rating
    21/10/2012
    2 check-ins

    Great all round.
    Excellent, friendly and efficient service right from entry to departure.

    Great menu selection and very good food. Generous portions, well crafted and excellent  value.

    Bustling atmosphere with interior decor to match. A great fun place to eat on Upper St.

  • 5.0 star rating
    2/2/2010

    I didn't think so much of this place the first time I went.  I mean, it's pretty good, but Turkish food is very much meat, rice, and vegetables in varying combinations.

    However, on my last trip I realized that I have ended up going here every couple of weeks for the last year.  The reasons?

    1.) Turkish food is very much meat, rice, and vegetables.  It's tasty, it's simple, it's relatively healthy.  Gallipoli does a great job.

    2.) The restaurant is conveniently designed to remind tall people how drunk they are due to the bells and various other accoutrement hanging at head height throughout the venue.

    3.) The restaurant is conveniently designed to encourage drinking due to awesome cozy atmosphere and friendly waiters.

    4.) The restaurant is conveniently designed to maintain drunkenness due to free shots handed out by dancing waiters after 11 PM on Saturday nights.

    5.) The restaurant is conveniently designed to confuse drunken Australians due to the fact that there are three Gallipoli restaurants on Upper St.

    6.) The restaurant is conveniently designed to embarrass drunken Australians by providing Turkish apparel and a chair upon which to dance.

    7.) The restaurant is conveniently named so as to allow drunken Australians to expostulate on Australia's worst military campaign in history.

    Hurrah for convenience!

  • 4.0 star rating
    12/5/2009

    Great place. Our friends in London took us here our first night in town. We had a wonderful time, and I don't think that's just the jetlag-induced delirium talking. Weeks later, I'm still thinking about the plate after plate of delicious meze.

    As other reviewers have mentioned, this seems to be a popular spot for birthdays and other celebrations. Two such groups were there when we were, and the waitstaff encouraged them to celebrate by dancing on their chairs. In short order, everyone in the restaurant had followed suit, transforming the restaurant into one of the more bizarre dance parties I've ever seen. Fun times.

  • 5.0 star rating
    21/2/2009

    Almost my favourite restaurant - either here or Gallipoli Again which serves the same menu. It's always good, there's always loads of food, and the bill is always cheaper than I think it's going to be, considering I feel I can only roll out of the door.

    Perfect for a group dinner, just order all the meze you fancy, add a couple extra dishes for luck, and you're away. I've never had anything bad. The main courses are great too, if you can fit them in. The decor is cool as well, though you might not think so if you like 'minimalist chic'!

    Beware, if you have your birthday here they do actually make you stand on a chair and dance awkwardly while they sing..... I have photographic evidence and it's not pretty!

  • 5.0 star rating
    16/2/2011

    A Turkish Valentine's Delight.

    After months & months of walking by, peering in, continued walking, and regret for not stopping - we finally went to Gallipoli for a Valentine's dinner and whoa what a dinner it turned out to be.

    1st thing that jumps out at you in Gallipoli is the decor. Turkish/Moroccan lamps hanging from the ceiling (I'm tall & hit my head) and old pictures & artifacts from past empires.

    I couldn't tell if I was in Bzyantium, Constantinople, or Istanbul - - but I knew it was somewhere in the eastern portion of present-day Turkey, which coincidentially enough is called Gallipoli.

    Our first decision was the wine - which we immediately chose this Turkish white that turned out to be substantially better than I was expecting from a country not known for the vineyards.

    Then the 2 course set-menus. Cold Mezze platter & Jumbo Grilled Prawns. Success. Lamb & Chicken grilled skeweres and a Meat Mousakka (spicy Turkish lasagna) Success. Food was off the hook and came in a portion the size of a 3 month old child. Success.

    Service was lightning quick. The staff provided me with ample assistance while catering to my novice knowledge of the Turkish language when inquiring about specific dishes on the menu.

    Food down. Turkish coffee brought to the table. Another success.

    When we paid the bill and were sitting letting the massive amount of Turkish delight fester within our abdomens - our server brought us over two complimentary glasses of god knows what in a fancy glass. Following a swift snap of my neck - the lightning water was quickly down the hatch and I was out the door leaving nothing but a phenominal experience behind me.

    Thank you Gallipoli.

  • 4.0 star rating
    11/7/2012

    Really good restaurant, location, and value for money.
    The mezze platters are amazingly tasty, and you won't need any other main course nor dessert after that :)
    The greek salad is not that good though (fake feta...), and the noise level downstairs was comparable to that of a club at 1 PM : too loud for a dinner !!!!
    Will go again and again !

  • 5.0 star rating
    10/11/2008
    First to Review

    Gallipoli is fantastic restaurant - delicious food, great selection of vegetarian options, really affordable and the atmosphere is always vibrant and lively. You can even smoke a sisha pipe after dinner... my favourite is apple flavour!
    The decor is awsome, morccan lamps, candles and dark rich colours on the walls! the staff are very efficient and friendly also! My favourite restaurnt in Upper Street without a doubt!

  • 3.0 star rating
    4/2/2009

    Gallipoli is a great local place to go grab a cheap bite to eat.  The food is always tasty and between the string of Gallipoli family cafes along Upper Street, you never have to wait long for food.

    In the summertime when they open the windows there's no better place to sit and people watch while munching on mezze.

    It's always lively and the staff are friendly and attentive.  I've come by with just 2 people or up to 8 and always had a great time.

  • 4.0 star rating
    10/6/2010
    Listed in London

    One of my favorite places in London and I came here relatively often. The food, Turkish, was very delicious, and the environment is friendly and comfortable. I enjoy all the dangling lamps, but I am also short so I never worried about hitting them.

    The appetizer I usually get is the hummus. As for entree, I have tried a variety of the dishes and kebabs, and nothing was ever disappointing. My favorite was the lamb kebab. The dessert here is good also.

    I have also been to Gallipoli Bazaar and Gallipoli Again. I have had great experiences in the other two as well.

  • 2.0 star rating
    17/11/2009

    Overrated! For someone that adores Turkish food and will salivate over tarmasalata, this was a major disappointment. People had been raving to me about the food here and it was a big wah wah!

    We ordered the vegetarian meze plate to share and a bunch of other dishes. The meze was not great, a mess of similar-type cold dishes - it just seemed unfriendly. Can you describe food as unfriendly? Well I'm going to!

    I was looking forward to our prawn dish, but that never arrived, it was put on the bill though. Thanks.

    The waiters do that creepy standing around your table thing that you get in a lot of small restaurants and all the lamps and decor on the walls and ceilings must be hellish for a claustrophia sufferer.

    Soz Gallipolli, I will not be back.

  • 4.0 star rating
    26/10/2013

    The Hummus with Lamb is delicious.  Actually, everything I've ever had here is terrific.  Staff is helpful, but they pack a LOT of people in this joint.  Very crowded during peak times.  Very noisy during peak times.  Delicious ALL the time.  During peak time, this place gets 4 stars.. I can't even hear my self think.  During off peak, 5 stars.

  • 4.0 star rating
    19/11/2012

    Visited this establishment on Friday night (and have occasionally frequented for lunch) - it was absolutely rammed so would certainly recommend booking. Had a couple of cocktails to whet the appetite.

    Shared a Gallipoli meze and some halloumi cheese, which was nice although perhaps might have been better to have the meze items in separate dishes as the couple next to us did as it got messy on one plate. Had the 102 Upper Street special as a main dish, which consisted of lamb kofte, chicken pieces and lamb pieces with rice and salad. Kofte was a bit too charred for my liking, though.

    Rocking atmosphere with a few large parties - bartender stood on the bar and did the Gangnam style! Would recommend but avoid prime time (Fri, Sat evening) if you want a quieter dinning experience. Just over £50 (inc. 10% service) for two including a couple of cocktails was possibly a bit pricy for what it was considering we were heading to the local cinema afterwards. Wasn't blown away by the food, but an enjoyable meal nonetheless.

  • 4.0 star rating
    13/12/2008

    The Gallipoli restaurants on Upper Street have great atmosphere, whether night or day. The soft lighting from the colorful lamps and ornate hookahs give a wonderful setting for a relaxed turkish coffee or mint tea. The food is amazing, and really large portions too. I love the lively atmosphere, its very popular even on the weekdays.

    On the summer evenings, you can sit outside and smoke a hookah on the pavement, which looks like so much fun. Its one of the things to do in the late spring evenings too.

  • 5.0 star rating
    25/4/2010

    My sister and I stopped here for lunch at the weekend and I chose it simply because it had a spare table outside. I'm so glad we did choose it because the food was delicious. So full of flavour.

    The 2 course lunch menu is worth every penny. My sister had a spicy kofte filled with cheese and I had the chicken with pitta and salad. To start we shared the most amazing dip with chunks of bread.

    The staff are friendly and it's got a good vibe about it. I think being seated indoors might be a bit cramped though... all part of the bijoux charm I suppose.

  • 4.0 star rating
    15/2/2010

    The meze collection for two or more people is excellent value for money for less than £9 per person. You are served over ten dishes including items such as hummus, falafel, vine leaves, stewed lamb, chicken and various bean salads.

    Round it all off with one of their superb desserts which adorn the glass window by the entrance of the restaurant.

    The combination fresh mint teas are wonderful (try the mint tea with rosewater v. nice). The Turkish apple tea is also quite pleasant but pretty sweet.

    Vegetarians are catered for well here too.

  • 2.0 star rating
    6/12/2010

    This is a cute small Turkish restaurant. The interior is warm and creates an Eastern atmosphere with many lamps hanging from the ceiling and many frames with old photos on the walls. The service is good as well.

    But I'm afraid the good things end there.

    The appetisers were not tasting great, not to mention that they were not very authentic either. The main dishes that we had were simple and well-cooked, but frankly, you can get the same kebab in basically every corner in London. The dessert list is a joke...The only Turkish item is a (horrible) baklava and there is a choice of "European" items like Profiteroles(wtf?). These guys could just send someone with a bus to nearby Green Lanes and get some baklava for their store. But I guess, why bother? In addition to that, they do not offer Turkish tea (due to lack of space, according to one of the waiters). That is a big success, since this is the first (out of many around the world) Turkish restaurants that does not offer the traditional tea. Even my Turkish barbers in London serve such tea!

  • 4.0 star rating
    29/7/2011
    Listed in London Spots

    Nice casual Turkish restaurant in the heart if Islington. Can't go wrong with the mezze platter!

    There are 3 locations all on Upper Street. Go to the 1st coming from Angel.

    • Qype User Marmit…
    • London
    • 77 friends
    • 95 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    18/12/2007

    Gallipoli is fantastic restaurant - delicious food, great selection of vegetarian options, really affordable and the atmosphere is always vibrant and lively. You can even smoke a sisha pipe after dinner... my favourite is apple flavour!
    The decor is awsome, morccan lamps, candles and dark rich colours on the walls! the staff are very efficient and friendly also! My favourite restaurnt in Upper Street without a doubt!

    • Qype User HelenM…
    • London
    • 10 friends
    • 30 reviews
    3.0 star rating
    21/3/2010

    A small place and they pack you in tight but the atmosphere is great. We had dancing in the chairs and belly dancing! Food was ok, we had meze for 3 which was fairly standard (falafel, kofte, houmous, haloumi etc) but was nice.

    Would go again for the atmosphere and was good value.

    • Qype User JLLond…
    • London
    • 5 friends
    • 47 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    19/11/2008

    This intimate, lively and nicely affordable restaurant is a great choice for something a little different in the Angel Islington area. The staff are very friendly and the delicious Turkish food is very tasty, while portions are refreshingly generous . On a hot summer's day (!) you can sit outside as well and watch the world go by on Upper Street.
    My only criticism is that on a birthday the raucousness can grate a little. Unless it is your birthday though, and you will find yourself drinking a shot and climbing onto the table in no time! Definitely worth a visit.

    • Qype User tfidon…
    • London
    • 2 friends
    • 52 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    19/11/2008

    I try and eat out as much as I can afford (so not very often!), and despite wanting to go to try different places, frequently find myself back here! I'm a massive fan of Turkish food, so anywhere that does it well will quickly become a favourite.

    Although it can get extremely busy, the service is always good and the food always of a great standard. The Meze plate is more often than not my starter (really varied selection, always freshly prepared - or at least it seems like it!), and I usually have a lamb steak or kebab as the main. The meat is always tender and the flavours subtle but tasty.

    I'm not a fan of tagines and the like, so tend to stay away from that side of the menu, but I've been here with both friends and family - and have never heard a bad word, not least a complaint.

    • Qype User riafac…
    • London
    • 21 friends
    • 5 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    28/6/2010

    Ate at a table outside here at the weekend - the atmosphere was lovely but it was a bit noisy inside! The food was great; I had a chicken kebab which was a very generous portion, but was perhaps a touch on the dry side (and I got a very strange look when I asked for some minty yoghurty).

    Overall, very good value and very friendly!

    • Qype User kerrym…
    • London
    • 4 friends
    • 25 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    28/10/2011

    Passed this place a few times along Upper Street and had always thought it looked nice but passed it off as probably being a bit pricey and not that great.
    Decided to take a chance on it the other night and was not disappointed. The atmosphere was bustling and I get the impression that its no tthe place to linger over wine and conversation but was an ideal pre-movie meal. We tried the vine leaves which were a little small for our liking but the flavour was fine, better was the babaganoush. We've been searching for a decent version of this lovely aubergine dip in London and have finally found itdelicious. My wife and I both had lamb kebabs which were grilled to perfection and no shortage of smokey bbq goodness.
    All in all a solid place to go if you fancy a quick, tasty meal, with good atmosphere. We'll definitely be back.

  • 3.0 star rating
    9/3/2013

    having spent 3 weeks in the middle east you would have thought that this cuisine had bored me-but i was craving hummus and the aroma of lamb and beef drew me in to this busy restaurant. I took the window seat and ordered the hummus and a side order marinated lambs liver to start. I also ordered plain carrot juice without orange-what arrived was carrot juice with orange-never a good combination. the hummus was ok but the bread was a pitifully small portion and was clearly not produced on the premises-flat and cold. The lamb and chicken shish was average and came with rice (which I didn't request) would have preferred more salad. That said i can imagine this place is buzzing in the evenings and a preferred option to the horsemeat served in the local kebab takeaways!

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