This small café/restaurant in Crouch End is usually busy with customers who enjoy simple Turkish-style food, tasty and moderately priced. There is a good choice from the fixed price lunch or dinner menu, and a larger selection - albeit more expensive - from the á la carte list; and the quality of the freshly prepared dishes is equally high whichever side of the menu one orders from. The service is generally speedy, and the serving staff are polite, efficient and friendly, and all seemingly from Turkey itself. My favourite section of the café is the raised section at the back underneath a skylight, the walls covered with sepia photos of late-19th and early-20th century Crouch End, which pleasantly divert you as you await the arrival of your food.
This is a quiet, comfortable and easy-going place which offers attractive unpretentious food at very affordable prices, and even displays a selection of current newspapers and magazines for the free use of the customers - a nice touch.
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