We stopped here for dinner after visiting sites on the Suffolk-Norfolk border. The atmosphere was really great, with recorded Turkish music being played and fabulous Turkish tablecloths in reds and blues which stood out against the stone-clad walls.
The service was wonderful, and the server was friendly and attentive. On arrival we were brought olives and celery with a creamy dip which was a nice touch as we looked over the menus. For starters we had the stuffed grape leaves and the grilled goats cheese. Both of these were well prepared and presented, not to mention very tasty. This was accompanied with a really good sesame topped bread. For mains my partner had the adana kofte which was served with rice and a salad. She found the meat really flavourful and the portions generous. I had the salmon which was grilled with olive oil and served with chips and a salad. It had a great texture and flavour, and worth having again. We finished the meal with Turkish rice pudding which was accompanied by a selection of fresh fruit wedges. Overall an outstanding standard of food.
Turkuaz really shouldn't be missed if you are in the area.