Turkish restaurant with a street cafe vibe and authentic food 18 Reviews
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From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011
Sandwiched between the Holiday Inn and Ibis Hotel in Al Barsha, this cosy restaurant is a local haunt with basic decor but friendly service. Adorned with a bizarre Turkish Parthenon style backdrop, a kebab counter and a simple no frills table and chairs, the layout is reflected in the reasonably priced menu. Get the classic options such as baba ganoush and hummus with free spongy Turkish bread plus a range of traditional home-cooked dishes like thin Turkish bread covered with meat and herbs, raw meatballs, baklava and shepherd’s salad all start from as little as Dhs12. Though the prices are low, the quality is high and ingredients are fresh and there’s attention to detail in the nicely presented kebabs. A perfect spot for a non-pretentions leisurely meal or quick stop before you hit the indoor ski slopes at Mall of the Emirates.
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