Efes is a Turkish restaurant in Fitzrovia, London. Just minutes away from The British Museum, this is a great spot for those visiting London, looking to try something new. This restaurant opened in 1974, and has grown a fine reputation over the years for serving delicious, authentic Turkish food cooked to a high standard.
Dishes from the menu include Turkish classics such as Tabuleh, which is a parsley salad with mint, bulgur wheat, spring onions, lemon dressing and olive oil. Falafel is another lovely option, made from ground chickpeas and broad beans mixed in spices and then deep fried and served with humus. Main courses include Izgara Kofte, minced lamb that has been seasoned with onions, herbs and parsley, and then served with rice and salad. Yohurtlu Adana is a kofte kebab wrapped in durum bread, sliced and topped with melted butter, tomato sauce and yoghurt.
The great service, amazing food and buzzing atmosphere are never compromised at Efes, guaranteeing culinary satisfaction every time you visit.