We went there with our 2 little kids for a late lunch. This restaurant is tucked up in a hilly alley street metres from the Blue mosque & Hagia Sophia. Nice fitout and excellent service. However unfortunately i have to say the food was only ok. We got a mezze plate first up with freshly baked bread. Bread was awesome but mezze plate was bland, except for the chilli & tomato bit. Next we got our main meal, our much anticipated Testi kebab. The live cooking and then the smashing of the clay pot was spectacular. But the meat then tasted very bland...needed more salt and spice.
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