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Authentic. Great ambience. An out of the world menu. I had lunch there and it was so filling that I did not have dinner that day. The food served has an aroma. A single order works for two unless the appetite is voracious. Most orders...More
Have been to the Mez-opotamia several times. i used to love the food, th eprice and the slightly kitch decor. Then it closed for refurbishment and when it reopened, they had tried to make the decor look much more contemporary. In my opinion, it just...More
First and last time visited this restaurant on 24th Feb 2018 as couple. It wasn't busy. We were given table as soon we walked in. Starter took 35 min to arrive after we placed order and it was very nice. The first main course arrived...More
I’m local and a regular here and will continue to be as long as the food is as well cooked and the service is as welcoming as it is.
In an area with a fair few Turkish restaurants I find this one is the best....More
Now called Mezzom. Table for 11 discussed with management 4 days previously but not available. However this did not affect our enjoyment of our meal. Our party included 5 children. The excellent staff treated them as proper customers and we were not made to feel...More
A second visit in the last couple of months. Now called Mezzom there’s really nothing to fault with this restaurant. I’ve no personal interest in promoting this place but was impressed with attentive but not intrusive service, fresh food and reasonable prices for food and...More
We visited shortly after the refurb when there was still the faint smell of decorating in the air, a price worth paying for the super comfy chairs and decent space between tables. The service was very efficient, if a little cool. Perhaps a response to...More
I wouldn't even give this place one star. They tried to charge me 5 pounds for two cups of hot water with two slices of lemon in each, calling it 'Lemon tea.' i have never been so disgusted in my life. I also went one...More