Up to four customers can try the tastes of Turkish cuisine including classics such as falafel, tabule, grilled halloumi cheese and cacik
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £26.95 for a Turkish two-course meal for two (up to 46% off)
- £53.90 for a Turkish two-course meal for four (up to 46% off)
Choice of starter may include: olives served with homemade bread | antep ezme: crushed redcup and greencup with chopped cucumber, parsley, dill and fresh tomatoes, finished with pomegranate syrup and olive oil | Cacık served with a cucumber dip, creamy yoghurt garlic and fresh dill, mint and olive oil | tabule: freshly chopped parsley with bulgur, tomato, spring onion, olive oil, lemon and sprinkled pomegranate
Choice of main may include: zencefilli tavuk: a breast of chicken sautéed with fresh ginger, herbs, fresh garlic and a touch of light cream, served with pilau rice | adana kebab: a shoulder of lamb minced, blended with spices and herbs, char-grilled and served on lavas bread with bulgur | lahmacun: thin crust topped with minced lamb served with tomatoes and onions
For more details, please see the menu.
The Fine Print
Expires 10 September 2019. Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here; provide Groupon code.Present Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or over. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Menus are subject to change. Valid for a starter up to the value of £7.20 and a main up to the value of £17.90 per person. Valid Mon-Fri midday-4pm. Valid for option purchased only.
Cappadocia serves Turkish cuisine from an open kitchen at Walton-on-Thames. Chefs aim to deliver authentic dishes that capture the essence and true taste of Turkish culture by using aromatic spices. The menu features seafood, vegetarian, grilled dishes and Turkish-style pizzas, all of which are complemented by a drinks list including wines, beers, cocktails and Turkish teas and coffees. Regular entertainment also features at the restaurant as belly dancers take to the floor.