Corniche is located in central London, Leicester Square. It is right in the heart of the city, opposite M & M’s world and conveniently near all the tube stations.
The place is basically a Turkish kebab house, with seating inside for probably a dozen people. They have an extensive price list outside, but me and my wife opted to eat inside.
When we were given the menu, we realized the seated prices were about 20 percent higher, with drinks costing twice as much (plus a 12.5 percent service charge).
However, we were happy to sample a Doner Kebab in Pitta bread and also a Sheesh Kebab (again in Pitta). Both were of a medium spice level, so we asked for some chilli sauce which was quite nice).
The staff were quite abrupt, and the owner seemed particularly moody so this may deter some people from eating here. However, we had no complaints about the food.
Price for two was approx. £25 including two meals with drinks. The restaurant had a Halal meat sign (which is surprising to find in this location), and this was confirmed by the owner.
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