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The good-looking contemporary aesthetic of this Dalston restaurant, bar and lounge is in contrast to the kind of food it's serving up - while the decor is modern, the food takes inspiration from centuries-old Anatolian and Mesopotamian cooking. Expect, then, a mix of Turkish, Middle Eastern and Baltic food.
That means plenty of kebabs, cooked on a charcoal grill alongside king prawns with dried tomatoes and balsamic syrup, or octopus with olive oil and lemon. Dishes also include borek, falafel, kleftiko, moussaka and spicy sucuk - a traditional Turkish barbecued sausage. A wood-fired oven knocks out Italian-style pizzas and various pide - the Turkish take on them.
A short cocktail list includes well-known mixes such as long island ice teas, bloody marys and mojitos. Beers include Corona, Efes, Peroni and Budvar by the bottle, and Efes and Becks on draught. A decent selection of raki is available, too.