Lost in the far reaches of Turkey ..no in the back streets of lincoln green where the newly arrived refugees and escapees of Turkish oppression now live there is a small restaurant, decorated like a 1970's set off Dr. Who, where the clientele talk in Kurdish and the food they eat is freshly cooked in an oven and charcoal just like their forefather's cooked on for the past millennium. It's rough, authentic, segregated and traditional which is great because their food is WONDERFUL,. The service basic ( nice smile and welcome) and the prices so low that you think that perhaps you are Dr. Who's assistant. We had Kubes , kebabs and fresh bread off the oven wall. Hot , tasty as fresh can be . The humus was plain and drizzled with olive oil. No garlic. Plain and simple working man's food but authentic and very tasty . My verdict 9 out of ten. If you want to go back in time and travel to Kurdistan - this is the place . £4 gets you a tasty kebab!
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