My second visit to this establishment and it was excellent as on my previous visit. This time we were a party of 10 to celebrate my niece's 21st Birthday. Our table was booked for 9pm on a Thursday night to allow for distance travellers. While we waited we availed ourselves of the hospitality at the Wetherspoons located next door. Once again we were able to decorate the tables beforehand and bring our own cake. On entering the restaurant it was obviously a quiet time with only one other similar sized party inside and all the other tables unoccupied. On the plus side this meant that the staff could concentrate on serving us which came in handy. Everyone ordered drinks including some cocktails but I stuck to Efes Lager again being a bit old for Porn Star Martinis etc etc etc. There have been a few minor changes to the menu and the garlic bread is now a more manageable size which is a good thing. I never thought I'd applaud a portion size decreasing but it makes sense in this case. I ordered my usual Spicy Turkish Sausage and it was excellent again. There were a few alternate choices made but I can only comment on what I observed first hand. The wife, sat opposite, ordered a Prawn Cocktail which looked great and which she enjoyed very much. For main, mixed grill was a popular choice but I opted for a Piri Piri Chicken Kebab which was absolutely delicious. The rich piquant sauce on the well-cooked tasty chicken pieces was fantastic. The accompanying salads and rice were good also with the only thing I'm not too keen on being Tzatziki. I gave it a go but it's not my favourite dip. The wife chose a Feta Salad which proved too much for her moderate appetite but it looked really nice. Everyone seemed to enjoy their selections and I didn't hear a single complaint. Service was very friendly and efficient once again and the drinks kept coming. When the cake was brought out the staff sang happy birthday which was a nice touch. I know I said this last time but me and the wife are definitely going to visit on our own and soon. As we had to be up early in the morning we left with the cocktails still flowing. We left £50 for our share of the bill which I estimated was about right with enough to contribute to a tip. Pretty good value in my opinion for two courses and two drinks each.
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