A fine Turkish dining experience awaits all at Tulip, a delightful little eatery the provides diners with all manners of tasty fare.
Pristine wooden tables and calming cream walls adorned with some fantastic paintings combine with a truly authentic food offering and a superb service standard to make for a fabulous place to dine.
This is further enhanced for tastecard members, who are able to enjoy one, two or three courses at an excellent price when they call in advance with their card, leaving plenty in the pocket for an extra beverage or two from an extensive drinks menu.
Working equally well as sharing plates for the more sociable eating parties as appetisers in a more indulgent meal are the Tulip starters, which are available as both hot and cold plates and include the likes of a pan-fried aubergine, red pepper and onion combo in the saksuka and a white bait number known as the hamsi.
For those that choose the latter style of feast, there is an extensive range of mouth-watering mains on show that promise to meet the needs of any appetite. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the sumptuous grilled seabass, accompanied by fresh vegetables and a side salad, the gratifying homemade falafel, served with rice, salad and hummus, and the heart-warming lamb casserole, which is infused with various herbs and comes complete with chopped aubergines, potatoes and peppers.
Be it for an intimate meal with the significant other, a catch up with some close friends, or a treat for a loved one, all are afforded a warm welcome at Tulip.