To start with (see other reviews) The only thing that is Turkish is the name. This is a fish restaurant. The ambience is extremely pleasant. You can watch the chefs at work or sit at the far end of the restaurant. The menu is refreshingly simple. Try the 'Skipper', mixed fish in butter sauce, fine simple flavours. As we live in the South of England where the lobster is superb, we tend to stick to sole or the prawns San Danieli (rather rich). There is no tomato ketchup on anything. (We have eaten there many times). Desserts are fun. You can watch your chocolate souffle being made. Wines are not cheap but you may have a glass or twoif you wish. (Austrian wine is on the whole light and cheerful especially the white). Kervaseray is not cheap but compares favourably with J Sheeky in London which is of a similar class. This is a restful place patronised by businessmen, politicians and couples. Many are regulars including us.
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