Anatolia Cuisine may be small, but it's perfectly formed.
My partner and I booked a last minute stay in Brighton and having wondered around Kemp Town looking for somewhere to have dinner, settled on Anatolia Cuisine and we're not disappointed.
The first thing we noticed when we were seated was the Turkish rugs that were on top of the tables (covered by a sheet of glass). It's quirky, but does give a nice atmosphere. The second thing we both really appreciated was that it was an open kitchen - so you can see everything that is being cooked.
The food was amazing, as was the service. It was clear that the place has a lot of regular customers and for a Wednesday night was very busy.
We had the mixed grill for two - which comes with 3 starters, so we chose Falafel, hummus with prawns and moussaka and this all came with a basket of warm pittas which was clearly freshly made. The moussaka was amazing, as were the other dishes. We finished the starter already feeling slightly full and then were presented with the huge mixed grill plate. Chicken, lamb, beef, pork all served with grilled peppers, tomatoes, some rice and a side salad - and not to forget more pitta. The meat really was tender and so succulent and very very enjoyable. We couldn't quite finish it all between us but it was certainly very good.
It's a small restaurant with some regular customers that has a lovely feel, great service and amazing food. If you're in the area you should definitely give this place a try.
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