We made reservations and came here on a Sunday dinner. We came early and were delighted to be ushered up to the second level where we were given a nice large table for my big family of 10. The decorations were very nice. From our table by the window we have a nice view of Baghdad street. We ordered almost all the chef recommendations of the menu and then some. Most of the mains came with bread. The bread was straight out of the oven and Nice, especially when eaten with the hummus. We ordered a few rounds of hummus and bread. We ordered the Mix Grill which is a platter of the different Kebabs. This is good for first timers like us who really can't figure out what to order. The Kebabs were nice. The Falafel was really nice. The chick peas done nice and soft and tastes good once is served straight out of the pan. Service was friendly. They were prompt initially, however, as the crowd started to come, things were a little slow - but, we have no complain as that is expected when it gets crowded Overall, we enjoyed and we will be back again.
Like the balloon bread, lamb pide and chicken kebab. Portion of mezze platter a bit small.
Beyti here was awesome! Seasoned chicken wrapped in cheese and lavash bread.
Never having tried turkish food before, I was truly impressed. They had a good range of foods to choose from, and none of my group was left wanting. It was all delicious! I can't remember the name of the dish, but one of the meals was like a sausage roll, using spiced lamb and served with their own sauce, and it was incredible. Honestly, right up there with the best sausage roll I have ever eaten. The apple tea was lovely, also. I highly recommend a visit if you are in the area of Baghdad Street.
Baba ganoush & ezme is good. Adana and chicken pide was good
They don't serve tap water
The lamb kebab was very nice but they seem also disorganised - for example they had run out of hummus at 6pm on a Saturday evening... It's not a luxury environment but the food is good and the pricing is very reasonable. Note, there's no alcohol available on the menu.
Beyti was extremely delicious .. one of the best Turkish cafe...
Very simple set-up saved by a few Turkish lamps. The harsh fluorescent lighting on the ground floor certainly does it no favors in attracting customers. We were there on a Saturday night and waited 40 minutes for the food- even though it wasn't full house. When the food came, the waitresses apologized that they had run out of pilaf rice and bread- so they replaced these sides with fries :( Thankfully, they also offered a discount. The food was average, the setting a little cheap and the time it took to serve the food (and drinks) terrible. Waitresses tried to be friendly towards the end but it was too little too late.
Mediterranean and Turkish food is great, very cosy environment