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This Dalston Turkish restaurant takes up a large corner spot on Stoke Newington Road, with the building extending around onto Palatine Avenue. That means there's space for a few tables outside, plus plenty of room inside, where you can expect a pretty simple set-up.
It's typical Turkish/Mediterranean fare. Expect dishes such as imam bayildi, sucuk izgara (grilled Turkish sausage) and muska boregi (pastry parcels filled with feta and parsley) alongside a wide range of kebabs and grills such as lamb shish, lamb kofte made with minced shoulder of lamb, chicken iskender and liver 'ciger' – lamb's liver marinated with cumin and salt.