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Pasha's Fine Ottoman Cuisine

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by Marie Sab Sab (subscribe)
Not a pro writer but main goal is to travel from West to East of Melbourne and share my experience! "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and leaky tire".
Published October 22nd 2011
Are you craving Turkish cuisine? Why not try Pasha's Fine Ottoman Cuisine, for an interesting restaurant with tasty food.

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.

Check out Pasha's website for menu and prices.
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Why? Experience the Turkish cuisine
When: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Where: 108 Smith St Collingwood VIC 3066
Cost: from $10.00
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