Experience the fresh flavours of the Mediterranean right here in Exeter at Pasha Restaurant, a modern Turkish restaurant located on South Street in the heart of the city. From small plates like muska boregi (deep-fried triangular parcels of filo pastry filled with feta cheese, eggs and mint) and the karides (king prawns pan-fried in garlic butter) to mouthwatering meats cooked to perfection over the charcoal grill, fresh fish and seafood and plenty of vegetarian options, there’s something to suit all tastes and occasions on the menu at Pasha Restaurant. The perfect place for a leisurely lunch or a family meal, to guarantee a table we recommend making a reservation in advance!
Staff very attentive and pleasant. Main courses were very good. The only reason I didn't pick excellent for the food was because the king prawns on my starter were a little dry and overcooked for my taste.
Nice atmosphere and very friendly staff. Good value for money. One of our favourite restaurants in Exeter
Excellent service small family run restaurant and food was great and atmosphere good
Nestled on South Street in the heart of Exeter’s city centre, Pasha Restaurant serves both traditional and contemporary takes on Turkish and Mediterranean dishes. Ideal for catching up with friends, or for an intimate meal for two, Pasha Restaurant’s menu truly does have something for everyone. Kick things off with a couple of meze plates to start, like the grilled halloumi served with a pot of fig jam, sarma vine leaves filled with rice, pine nuts and currants and dips of hummus and tarama which is a blend of fish roe, lemon juice and breadcrumbs, both of which come with freshly baked pita breads.
If you’ve got a craving for some succulent meat fresh from the Turkish charcoal grill, Pasha Restaurant has you sorted. Keep your eyes peeled for the kleftiko lamb shank slow-cooked in Mediterranean herbs and spices; adana köfte lamb skewers or famous iskender kebab with lashings of yoghurt, döner meat and salad, with warm pita served piping hot in a cast iron dish. If seafood is more your game, opt for the cupra of whole sea bream marinated with herbs and spices and cooked on the charcoal grill, or try the vegetarian moussaka filled with vegetables and a creamy bechamel sauce. Whatever your selection, Pasha Restaurant in Exeter’s city centre is sure to have the ideal dish that will satisfy even the most discerning diner, so reserve a table and find out what all the fuss is about for yourself.