Pasha has two levels, and we had our feasts in the ground floor. I love the interior design as they have constructed it according to Turkey's customs and the ground floor makes you look like you are enjoying fine dining in a cave. Note that in Turkey's culture, you have to sit on your legs tucked under them. So they have long flat wooden seating arrangements in the restaurant.
I started off with a freshly baked Turkish bread and dips ranging from hummus, eggplant, cacik - carrot and beetroot. I had it with house white wine and it was delightful. For my main I had a seafood platter to share and one-metre Shish Kebab from the grill. Finished it off with a Turkish delight ice cream and Turkish coffee. Other delicatessen varies from Vegetarian, Meat and Seafood from the grill and the pot, Gozleme (traditional handmade pastry), Turkish Pide (cooked in a brick oven), salads and Pasha's desserts.
It was a satisfying Ottoman food experience. The only thing I missed is the belly dancing performance that normally held every Fridays and Saturdays. Chefs and waiters are very friendly - they have exceeded my customer service expectations.