I live right down the street from this restaurant and am ashamed to say that I've only been here twice. It is set in an old fire station (hence the name) but serves Turkish food, along with some excellent Turkish wine.
The interior is decorated quite cute - empty frames hanging from the ceiling and windows that open up fully so it's comfortable when the weather is quite nice outside.
The menu list is extensive - I would recommend the Halloumi and Spinach vegetarian dish, which is cooked in a delicious creamy white wine sauce and comes alongside Basmati rice. At the end of the meal they do bring you some little dessert nibbles on the house, so be sure to order a Turkish coffee. :) They also do brunch menu that includes English breakfast options for those unwilling or unsure of Turkish cuisine.
The service is also excellent - not overbearing, not pushy, but friendly and knowledgeable servers who don't rush nor ignore you but let you enjoy a delicious meal.
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