This is, apparently, one of the 50 best restaurants in the world, according to a London-based poll. That's nonsense of course, though a London-based chef, Peter Gordon, is involved, which may go some way to explaining the high PR profile.
Peter Gordon’s restaurants are never cheap, and this one is no exception. The overall experience here, is pretty good,though, and our party of six found the service (criticised in some other reports) to be good and friendly. The setting is cool too, though the charm of the various tables in the multi-floor townhouse setting vary widely.
The food (and wine) generally – if not invariably – measured up to the prices. The food is quite innovative too, but there's little about it that seemed especially Turkish. Indeed, with the largely English-speaking clientele (and the commendably Anglophone staff), you felt you might equally well be in Amsterdam or Berlin.
But such is the nature of the international foodie trail.
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