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On Chatsworth Road, just past Hackney University Hospital, Pivaz Restaurant is whipping up fine traditional specialities that are raising the bar for Turkish cuisine in London. From kebabs and mixed grill platters to kanat and sarma, the Clapton restaurant has a lot to offer to its clientele of regulars and Turkish-food lovers. Situated in a lovely restaurant complete with floor-to-ceiling windows and a classy atmosphere, Pivaz provides an environment perfect for any occasion.
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very nice restaurant, delicious cuisine, very friendly service. I will come back. Thanks
Staff were very welcoming, friendly and attentive. The food (we had vegetarian options) was tasty with generous portions. Our table was nicely sprinkled with little red hearts - a nice touch for Valentine’s Day. We will visit again soon - we highly recommend this restaurant.
Fab food will go again enjoyed food nice variety lovely
There’s no good excuse for not visiting Clapton’s Pivaz Restaurant – this is one of London’s very best restaurants. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, Pivaz, found on the corner of Dunlace Road and Chatsworth Road, is committed when it comes to serving up the city’s very best Turkish dishes and providing some of the friendliest service in the area. With both indoor and outdoor seating, this popular restaurant is a great place to enjoy a satisfying meal on warm summer days.
Rain or shine, London’s Pivaz Restaurant offers locals a taste of Turkish cuisine that’s completely different than the greasy kebabs the food is sometimes associated with. While there are kebabs available – they’re delicious – the kitchen cooks them in such a way that doesn’t go too heavy on the oil, instead bringing out the meat’s true texture and flavour. Their breakfasts are extraordinary, including the always popular menemen, a Turkish version of scrambled eggs (with tomato and peppers) or the classic crushed avocado with toasted sourdough bread and poached egg. For lunch, try the kuzu, marinated lamb with rice and salad, or tavuk sote, a chicken casserole with vegetables and rice. This Clapton hotspot is known to fill up fast, so book ahead!