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Once a sleepy fishing village on the southwest coast of Turkey, the population of Marmaris explodes from a mere 30,000 inhabitants to an incredible 400,000 during the peak tourist season. Therefore it’s no surprise that there’s an abundance of restaurants in the resort town, and many of the restaurateurs in charge of keeping the hungry hordes of travellers fed have migrated to the UK, bringing sunny Mediterranean cuisine to the urban masses. Here in Birmingham’s Yardley, Marmaris Sun keeps the Turkish tradition alive as a cafe and restaurant boasting a menu replete with traditional kebabs, charcoal-grilled dishes, chicken wings and shish, plus hot and cold mezze-style starters. Find a little bit of Marmaris Sun on Church Road, close to the intersection and roundabout at Hob Moor Road.
It was very quiet in Sunday morning but the food as always is amazing.
Good overall experience. The food was all freshly prepared so you do have to wait but it’s well worth the wait,. Will definitely be going back.
The food wasn’t bad but wasn’t something to brag about either. Not sure I would go there again for brunch, might try in for dinner as it might be better.