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Simple wholesome foods. Love the spicy habanero sauce that brings the generally light-flavored sides up a notch.

Baked cream dory with mushroom sauce serve with rice and salad. $18.50

How could you come to a Turkish restaurant without ordering their signature kebab? So we got the mixed beef, lamb and chicken. A freshly baked bread filled with the meat, walnut, eggplant, tomato and cheese. $18.80

Here comes the main course with salmon grill served with grilled potatoes, salad and rice. The salmon was prepared very delicious and soft, very easy to bite. $18.90

You can’t go wrong with their bread for either the Turkish one or this sesame. Both give the texture and taste to all our food. We ordered a few of them to accompany our foods. $3.90

I always looking at their signage outside their restaurant in Shaw Tower on 2nd floor and finally made me trip to try their Turkish foods.

Started with their salad plate which combination of salad, eggplant salad, hummus and vine leaves roll.

It kinds of open my appetite to look forwards for more food coming to my table after. Enough for 2 person to share. $18.20

One of the best hummus I had. Creamy and just the right amount of lemony

Turn to this Lebanese cafe-restaurant along Arab Street for after-work dinners with the colleagues. Good for sharing is the Mezze Platter ($25), featuring an array of mezze (small dish) platters made in-house, from creamy hummus to aromatic baba ganoush (mashed cooked eggplant mixed with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, and various seasonings) and delightful labneh (Lebanese yogurt with olive oil and mint) – complete with free-flow flatbread! Don't miss out on the flavourful charcoal-grilled Chicken Mandi ($23) on pillowy basmati rice, which Burppler Wx Woo claims to be amazing.
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One of the special things at this restaurant since it’s hard not to notice the massive air filled bread. It is baked fresh and is very fluffy. Great to eat on its own and even better if you eat it with hummus.

One of the unique dishes at this restaurant. On one side you have the meats on top of bread with the a special buttery savoury sauce. Pick up a piece and mix with the yoghurt on the other side. The combination is very unique. One of the favourites here!