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Restaurants, Turkish Seocho-dong
3 out of 5 stars

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

We say Turkish food, you say...? If "kebab" is the only word that came to mind, you need to visit Pasha to expand your repretoire. A dazzling, almost overwhelming, selection of Turkish dishes fill the pages of the menu. Although their names might be unfamiliar, the dishes themselves look comfortingly familiar when they come out. They include the commonly heard of kebab, Thai and Indian scented curry, oven baked Lavash bread, and Turkish pizza. Unless you’re deathly opposed to spices, everything on the menu is a treat. A nice plus: if you order at least one main dish per person, you're free to make use of the unlimited salad bar where you'll find (naturally) salad, Turkish soup, cake, and a chocolate fountain fondue. Also available for dessert is Turkish ice cream, which may look sticky when being handled, but is actually silky smooth going down.



Address: 12, Seocho-daero 73-gil Saegye Building 4F
Transport: Gangnam Station (Shinbundang LIne, Line 2), exit 9, 10
Price: Mains from 20,000 won
Opening hours: Daily 11am–11pm

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