The platter was £10 each and we ordered two as starters. Really poor value, as they were small, and the bread was one sliced pita in total.
Service was slow, despite it being not busy, as only one other table was occupied. It took one and a half hours for mains to arrive.
The mains were awful with undercooked chicken and despite being bloody, the staff (a man in jeans) tried to insist the blood was "juices".The stuffed aubergine was tiny,on a bed of sliced tomato, despite no such mention on the menu. Five of us came out hungry, and the bill large even with us not paying for the raw chicken meals. This place was not authentic - both in its food or in living up to its name. Nothing lavish here and no doting service. There are many many better places to eat in the area and much better service too. We are very used to Turkish food, and service and this place offered neither.
Oh and no childrens menu so beware as they expect customers to pay full mains price for kids.
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