Saturday, 4 August 2012


Lezzet advertises "contemporary Turkish cuisine", so we were happy when T and V suggested we should have a meal there.   It's in Brighton Road, Elwood, where there was no difficulty parking, and we were warmly welcomed.   We opted for the 4 course "Sofra", and weren't disappointed.  
This gave us a number of mezzas, two main courses (salmon in vine leaves, accompanied by date mousse, and slow-cooked lamb) and Turkish delight sundae.
The service was OK, and although there was the odd lapse, these weren't serious.   Although it wasn't clear on their web-page, you can BYO (and we had a bottle just in case!)
In common with many restaurants these days, there wasn't a great deal of space between the tables, but once we got talking this wasn't an issue because we had a great deal to catch up on and the night passed enjoyably and all too quickly.

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