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TOPKAPI Turkish Restaurant "Fasil" Night

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2130 Robertson Rd

2130 Robertson Road

Ottawa, ON K2H 5Z1

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Join us for a traditional Turkish evening!


Our Live Entertainment;

Mr. Feti Ertem Professional Singer from Turkey

Professional Belly Dancer Show

Dancing

Here our table d'hôte

Starter:

Ezo Gelin Çorbası

Red lentil soup

Topkapı Mezeleri:

Combination of appetizer sampler: Yaprak Dolması, Acılı Ezme, Humus, Havuç tarator, Biber Dolması, Haydari and Beyaz peynir, decorated with a final touch of our Chef.


Main Course

choice of;


Adana Kebab

Marinated minced meat on a skewer seasoned with hot spices and onions grilled over charcoal served with rice, vegetables and potatoes.


Beğendili Kuzu Incik

Lamb shank and eggplant puré, served with rice, vegetables and potatoes.


Karışık Izgara

Combination of 1 Shish Kebap (lamb), 1 Shish Tavuk (chicken), served with rice, vegetables and potatoes
Vegetarian dish and restricted diet available


Choice of Desserts, Turkish Tea or Canadian Coffee included


1 glass of wine (Red or White) or 1 raki or 1 soft drink included

$50 per person

Tips and HST not included

What is a Fasil night?


In Turkey a Fasil night is an gathering evening where you enjoy Live Music, Dancing, eating and drinking among friends and family!


Did you know the national Drink of Turkey is called Raki?

Raki is an unsweetened, occasionally anise-flavored, alcoholic drink.

It originate in the Ottoman Empire, contain 40-45 % of alcohol and it is made of Grape pomace, Aniseed (flavouring)

As per the statistic,Thirsty Turks sip about 60 million liters of rakı each year, mostly with meals. (Where a European or North American will drink wine with a meal, most Turks will drink rakı.)
Rakı (rah-KUH) is clear brandy made from grapes and raisins, flavored with pungent anise. Most is quite potent (80- to 100-proof/40% to 50% alcohol) and thus usually diluted with water and sipped with snacks or meals.
It's similar to Greek ouzo and French pastis.
When mixed with ice and/or water for drinking, it turns milky white. Because of its color and hefty alcoholic punch, Turks call it lion's milk (aslan sütü).
If you like licorice and anise, you may like rakı. If you don't, for sure you won't.


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2130 Robertson Rd

2130 Robertson Road

Ottawa, ON K2H 5Z1

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