At Sofra on St. Christopher's Place, you can pop in for anything from a bistro bite to a full Turkish feast from noon to midnight.<br/><br/>Manager Hussein Ozer offers you the delicious Middle Eastern cuisine he recently showcased on BBC TV's 'Masterchef'. The best way to enjoy the menu is to order lots of different things to share with friends you've brought along and Sofra's menus accommodate this dining experience perfectly. The main menu offers a range of daily changing specialities, including Lamb or Venison Stew with smoked aubergine caviar (His Highness' and Emperor's Favourites respectively), Moussakka and Venison Tagine off the bone. To accompany each meal, Sofra's house bar has an excellent wine list and a tantalising selection of cocktails for you to enjoy.
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Venue Details & Map
1 St Christophers PlaceLondonW1U 1LT
- +44 (0)20 7224 4080
Great find! Loved the service and food. Stand outs were the lamb (pictured), lentil soup and the most delicious hummus I've ever had! Reasonable prices, too. Turkish waiter Emre and manager were excellent! Definitely recommend for lunch or dinner!
Heard they have an extensive breakfast menu too- will check out another timemore
They have an affordable menu which you can taste traditional Turkish starters with wine and have a great main dish afterwards. If you miss or want to try Turkish taste you should have a visit here.more
Came here with my parents. It was very cramped. I don't mind a restaurant busy but we were all stuck in our seats one seated. They just need more room or to take a table out. You felt like you couldn't breathe and were trapped at your table.
Service was lovely. They have these bizarre signs at each table and on the menus talking about the server, the service, their guarantee's...more
The clash of East and West, the beauty of Turkey, from wonderful meze to delectable tagine. Oh I do love me a good Turkish place, just not this one....
The location is great just in the heart of St Christopher's Place with heating for comfortable eating...the rest awful.
I mentioned I liked tagine, I was delivered a scrap of admittedly tender meat on a couple of bits of vertebra with a very...more
Our experience at Sofra started a little rough. We came by at about 10pm on a Monday night with a group of seven. After asking if they had a table, the guy looked at our group and went, "Do you want to eat together?"
Yes. We do. It's why we asked for a table of seven. Really?
He said he'd check and he found us one inside.
We say and got menus. Sofra is a chain with a few spots through...more