I may look big to you; but if you truly know me, I ain’t really adventurous where I go around trying food of all kinds. But I thought after some persuasions from my colleague, I thought, FINE. Let me just go your it. So, this is one-of-a-kind Turkish Restaurant located in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and has been there for around 6 years. I prolly always passed by but have never thought of going in. Like I said, I am no adventurous guy. Serving authentic Turkish cuisine, this is definitely one of the few Turkish Restaurant in Pavilion. It has a really really simple setting with some Turkish touch in it. I am a strong believer of SIMPLICITY. Okay, I had the urge to write this. You can actually stalk people from inside. Sheesh. You can see hot people and things happening. 6th floor in Pavilion has quite a lot of “good stuffs”. Ask me personally what I’ve seen. 😛 Started the meal with a Turkish tea. It’s nothing like Chinese tea. It has a strong scent, a lil bitter but I won’t mind drinking it again. I actually love it.This is some kind of bread which I loved when it was being served hot. I mean, whatever served hot also best kan? Turkish salad. It’s different from those that I usually eat. But it’s unique. I’ve to say I’m officially a fan of this soup. You know what? I’ve been eating and drinking things without knowing their names. Forgive me please big time. It’s a lil sour and not too filling. Yes, I repeat. I actually loved this. Must try. Main course. I think this is some lamb and eggplant thing. Not a fan of eggplant but I think the mixture does bring out a unique taste. This one. My favourite. I think it’s prolly our favourite (myself, Jeremy and Linora) It has some buns below, some lamb on top; served with some yogurt. Yes, yogurt. I did thought it was weird initially. But hey, I tried. And you know what’s the best? It’s BONELESS! I mean, by now, you should know kan? I love boneless food. I would marry someone who would take out all the bones in my meals. Just saying! 😛 WARNING: THIS IS ADDICTIVE. It’s big, puffy and all. Now, I feel like having one in office every single day. Like, I can work while get a bite at the same time. Kan best? Desserts! I have a sweet tooth. I know it’s prolly so friggin’ fattening; but I actually had like 1 and a half of this! Not too sweet actually. But if it gets any sweeter, I think it’s gonna be so jelak-tofying. This is a lil sweeter. But I am a nut-fanatic. So, it has nuts in it. So aku suka. Sweet and crunchy. It does feels like Ferraro Roche at certain bites. I’m not gonna be too hardworking deleting pictures from my album. So, here’s a picture of Jeremy with his Turkish coffee mark. I don’t know whats with the eyes. I think he trained hard to have that Korean-looking eyes. =PI am no famous superstar. So here’s the people I grabbed a bite with on that Saturday afternoon. So here you go, some authentic Turkish cuisine in Malaysia. I really think that you should at least give Turkish food a try. Check out I LOVE DISCOUNTS for a deal that might be coming your way. __________________________________________________________________________ Bosphorus Turkish Restaurant (owned by Oriental Comfort Sdn. Bhd.) (742454-K)
6.33, Level 6, KL Pavilion Shopping Centre,
Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +603-2142 4000