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2 for 1 at Melek Kitchen

Found on Kingsland High Street in the London district of Shacklewell, Melek Kitchen is a delightful Turkish restaurant that provides all who enter with some flavoursome fare.

Focusing solely on using healthy and natural ingredients in their dishes without losing any of the quality, diners are promised a truly sublime dining experience.

This is further enhanced for tastecard members, who are able to partake in any of the sumptuous options found on the a la carte menu at a superb price when they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival, leaving plenty in the pocket for an accompanying drink or two.

Salads, burgers, kebabs and a variety of different types of seafood are available in a Melek Kitchen selection that promises to cater for the many, rather than the few, enabling visitors and locals alike a fantastic place to stop off and enjoy a meal as they try to escape the hustle and bustle of England’s capital city.

Be it for a small celebration, an intimate evening out with the significant other, or a catch up with a close friend, all are offered a warm welcome at Melek Kitchen.

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D said "Nice place but average food
Go to Green Lanes (or another place in the area) for proper Turkish food. Starter of kofte and..."
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  • D said: "Nice place but average food
    Go to Green Lanes (or another place in the area) for proper Turkish food. Starter of kofte and mushrooms was nice but calamari was greasy and came with a weird, dry aioli that i had to mix with the kofte's yoghurt to even be able to use as a dip. Got the 'mixed grill' for a main but it was more 3 or 4 small pieces of overcooked meat (bar the kofte which was nice again) and some dry bulgar wheat. No sauce so pretty hard to eat & when we asked for chili and garlic sauce they didn't do garlic and the chili was straight out of a bottle that had no flavour, just heat. Salad was not like any Turkish I'd had before either - an English salad. This place seems aimed to appeal to Dalstonites rather than a genuine Turkish restaurant. If you want quality Turkish food that costs a lot less, go to somewhere like Diyarbakir in Green Lanes, wouldn't go again. "
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  • D said: "Nice place but average food
    Go to Green Lanes (or another place in the area) for proper Turkish food. Starter of kofte and mushrooms was nice but calamari was greasy and came with a weird, dry aioli that i had to mix with the kofte's yoghurt to even be able to use as a dip. Got the 'mixed grill' for a main but it was more 3 or 4 small pieces of overcooked meat (bar the kofte which was nice again) and some dry bulgar wheat. No sauce so pretty hard to eat & when we asked for chili and garlic sauce they didn't do garlic and the chili was straight out of a bottle that had no flavour, just heat. Salad was not like any Turkish I'd had before either - an English salad. This place seems aimed to appeal to Dalstonites rather than a genuine Turkish restaurant. If you want quality Turkish food that costs a lot less, go to somewhere like Diyarbakir in Green Lanes, wouldn't go again. "
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