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Made with tel kadayif, cheese and syrup
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Overall, it’s a crunchy, sweet, cheesy and creamy dessert
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Made of layers of phyllo, filled with chopped pistachios and sweetened with syrup
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One of the better baklava I had. Very flaky and pistachios added a nice texture
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And also remember to have sips of Turkish tea to tone down the sweetness of the baklava
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Turkish style flatbread baked with sliced sausage and eggs
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To be honest, it had the crust of a pizza but tasted like a sandwich
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Turkish style flat bread baked with mozzarella cheese, spinach and eggs
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The spinach gave it a nice bitter taste and complimented to the overall rich flavour of cheese and eggs
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Marinated small cubes of lean chicken that are blended with herbs, then slowly chargrilled on skewers. Served with rice
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Marinated minced lamb which are blended with herbs and spices, mounted on skewer and grilled over charcoal, then served with rice
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The adana lebab was so tender and I could taste the smokiness from the meat.
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Perhaps the best dish in Mavi. It was so good that everyone complimented it
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Smokey eggplants mixed with garlic yoghurt, butter and cubes of marinated lamb, served with slices of Turkish bread
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Or Eggplant Casserole
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Deep fried eggplants, onions, peppers, zucchini, tomatoes cooked in hot stone oven
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I find that it tasted rather similar to ratatouille (French vegetable stew)
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Featuring Traditional Turkish and Mediterranean Cold Appetizers
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1. Hummus (v) ($12)
A classic blend of chickpeas, lemon juice and tahini with olive oil
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2. Babaganoush (v) ($12)
Roasted eggplants pureed and combined with yoghurt, garlic and lemon juice
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3. Plain Turkish Pita Bread (v) ($5)
Freshly made Turkish bread with sesame seeds
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4. Balloon Bread (v) ($7)
Freshly made lavish flat bread topped with sesame seeds
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The hummus was really creamy and one of the better ones I had whereas the babaganoush was rather bland
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For the breads, I find that the balloon bread had a texture similar to tissue prata though; light, crispy and fun to eat.

Would not recommend this place. The restaurant is cramped, crowded and hot (the aircon wasn’t working), the staff were rude and the food isn’t great. The hummus tasted one-dimensional and the babaganoush was stale. The Shish Kebab was perhaps the only thing we liked. Lastly, do not make an online booking as they will not allow you to use burpple.

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🥧 Baklava ($12.90)
Pretty sweet but I like it a lot, very flaky and crispy!

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🍯 Künefe ($13.90)
One of the best desserts ive had honestly. Its crispy and sweet, it may be a bit too sweet for some but the texture is incredible.

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