Far removed from the hot summers of coastal climates of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas and the warm wet winters of the Black Sea, the historical Victorian mansion is where guests are transported to Turkey. The modern take on this cuisine complemented witht eh stained glass windows, open courtyard and burgundy umbrellas.
Lamb, Beef and Chicken are the flavour of the menu all sourced locally and seasoned by herbs from nearby businesses. There are dishes that offer tableside showmanship, slowcooked tandir meats.
To start, Tulum cheese plate with chilli jam and sourdough crisps. Mains included prawn and snapper pilaki baked with vegetables in a clay pot; sour cherry meatballs with ‘tirnak’ pide (traditional Turkish bread); perde pilav (pie covered in pastry) filled with chicken, rice and almonds.
Paired Turkish wines completed the transportation into the Mediterranean.