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A really good find we will definately visit again soon
Great atmosphere, lovely food . Easy street parking locally. Will definitely be back
The food was wonderful it took a bit of time however that's because it is freshly cooked. Everyone who attended are pleasantly surprised! Thanks you
Lovely tasty food we will be back again soon 😁
A good walk from the city centre into the Jewellery Quarter you’ll hit Frederick Street. It is a gem hosting a plethora of alternative eateries. A must visit for while in Birmingham; at the top of the street is a little known Turkish restaurant named Cappadocia. It may be diminutive from the outside, but it’s quality within. The quality of service, food preparation and taste is heaven. Where else can you say that have you eaten baked cheese off a stone laden with pebbles? Okay, there may be some avant guard fine dining restaurant out there that does, but... for me it was a first. I loved the dishes, the people, the intimacy of Cappadocia. Remember to bring cash, their card machine is broken.
Lovely evening at this bustling restaurant on a Saturday night. We had the 3 hot starters deal, my favourite was the goats cheese with honey which was absolutely delicious, we also had the tortilla and the haloumi and sausage - both also very tasty. After that, my husband chose the meatballs while I went for a lamb stew, both fab dishes again. We didn’t have room for dessert but really enjoyed the slices of baclava served up with the bill. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal, the waiting staff were very attentive and friendly, we even spent a little while chatting to the manager about our favourite destinations in Turkey and getting some travel tips for our next visit. Fantastic ambience, we’d very happily visit this restaurant again and I highly recommend it.
We went for a small family celebration with an elderly member and a child. The restaurant has a lovely ambience and interesting décor. The staff were friendly, polite and hospitable, considering the needs of the wide age range. The menu had a wide range of items, and we ordered one cold and one hot starter and four main dishes, which were all excellent and good portions. We would definitely go back there!
Been here several times before, but this time was not good. Firstly notified there was no card machine for payments so only cash ! Drinks selected were out of stock.. starters were mixed and ok. I had sea bass which was very well done, my son had over cooked dry chicken and my partner had claggy cream mussels... I had to say something about my fish as it was not good, I was offered another meal but we had already finished, we declined dessert. My plate was removed from the bill after I asked for it to be. Would we go again, probably not.. was it just an off day, that we don't know - 3 bad main meals on one table, seems an issue in the kitchen to us !!
Good food, service pleasant if a little slow. Reasonably priced. We did have to move tables as there was a loose hatch in the floor and my guest was almost catapulted out of her chair every time someone walked past! Once we had moved we had a lovely evening.
Went with friends Window seat as asked for Lovely owner 2 very friendly young waitresses Food was high quality Good portions True Turkish hospitality , they kept it open while we talked away in empty restaurant