I will preface this post by warning you that, as Antep BBQ does not currently have a website, I cannot guarantee the names of the dishes we had! This is going to be more description than anything else so apologies!
This is a cute little family-run outfit, unassuming but very friendly and convivial. While we were there on Saturday most of the tables were full, with new people arriving all evening. They have a relaxed approach to dining, chatting with the customers and making everyone feel very welcome.
|Mum Rees and Brother Dave|
|Me and Stephie (looking surprisingly chipper for our night out on the Friday!)|
|Joe (less chipper!)|
|Antep BBQ - contact info|
|Bread and olives|
|Pan fried liver|
|The tomato and chilli salad|
They all came with a beautiful salad, a mixture of raw and lightly pickled treats in a delicious dressing, which was a great balance to the rich stew.
|The grill, which looks out onto the restaurant and gives some great theatre.|
|Joe's Turkish lager, Efes|
|The lamb stew|
|Joe's chicken thighs|
All in, it was a lovely meal at a delightful restaurant. Next time I wouldn't choose so many starters, or I'd just go for the starters and skip the mains. Either way, I had a great time and will be going back.
|Me and the owner. Aww|