Ozer London Reviews
Ozer May 19, 2010
Ozer is a Turkish restaurant near Oxford Circus in London, which I was really impressed with. The owners have a small chain called Sorfa, which I think would be just as good.
The food in Ozer was excellent. Although you can order individual things from the menu, we all had a Healthy Meal, which is a set menu for £12 at lunchtime and you get 12 different dishes. Although that isn't cheap, it is fantastic value. The lamb was amazing and the chicken was great, and the quality of the olive oil in the Humus was amazing. The bread came out still hot. The baby broad beans were incredible.
I could go on like that for pages.
There is a good range of vegetarian options and there are also nice soft drinks, so you don't have to have coke or lemonade if you have to go back to work afterwards.
The attention to detail in the food is reflected in the rest of the restaurant. When you go in, the rather uininspiring outside is replaced with a nicely decorated, low key place with lots of big tables for if you have a posse, and more discrete tables at the sides. The napkins are decorated with real red ribbons curled up. The service is great - fast, polite, and the food started arriving within minutes of being ordered. We never felt rushed.
Disabled access would be fine, and there is even a big accessible toilet.
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