The USP of this restaurant is the ottoman-style seating, cushions and low tables, on the first floor. There is a second floor with tables and chairs and a better view but there are other places with even nicer views.
I think menu choice here is even more important than usual to an enjoyable evening. The lamb, one of the dearer mains at 52 tlr, was lovely but quite a moderate portion with the dish padded with rice and chips. The Special, however, at around 40 tlr, was like a Turkish lasagne made with chicken and a lovely bechemal sauce. Special mention to the cheese and mince filled pastries to start, lovely. Service was faultless.
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