Review: Turkish Village, Jumeirah

IMG_00000145It was time to try the Turkish Village Restaurant in Jumeirah next to the Spinneys today.

We had been quite early at around 6 and the Restaurant was o. We choose to sit outside which was just great at this weather. The venue is huge and the inside has a lot of seating space as well. After being left alone for a longer time the waiter picked our order.  We went for 2 Doener Kebab plates one with and one without rice and one Chicken Saj with Bread, the mini Lahmacun as starter as well as a bottle of water and 2 Coke.

The drinks were served fast and sadly as well as Bosporus they are serving the Coke in a 0.3l can. I am just not a fan of that, but that is the way it is. The starter sadly came with the main course and was hence not really a starter. But it was very tasty nevertheless.

The Doener Kebab i had been just great and the rice was very tasty as well. I tested as well the Chicken Saj which was good too.  The prices are reasonable and there is nothing to complain about.

All in all a beautiful venue with good food and a direct competitor for Bosporus down the road. We will surely go there again.

Review The Turkish Village, Jumeirah
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Nice venue with a great outdoor seating. Nice ambiance as well inside.
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loved it.
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Friendly Staff, nothing to complain. .
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Nice Venue with good food at reasonable prices..

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