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have to admit it, we’ve been fans of 19 Numara Bos Cirrik 11 for a long time, even before we moved to the area, and our visit on Friday night only cemented the love. The traditional Turkish kebab house is located on Stoke Newington High Street and serves up a host of skewered goodies.

We usually have the same every time we go because we’re bad like that but the Chicken Shish and Mixed Kebab are clear winners – we’re not overly keen on the saucy ones as they can be too rich.

The kebabs are served with fresh, hot Turkish bread straight out of the oven, balsamic roasted onions (ACE), spicy onions, fresh garlic mayo and chilli sauce. Should you fancy it there’s plenty of hot and cold meze on the menu and we’d recommend washing them down with a bottle Efes, Turkish lager.  
Lager & a kebab = a match made in heaven.

For only ten squid a kebab there pretty good value and whilst some people might think kebabs are gross these my dear are seriously not. 

194 Stoke Newington High St, N16 7
**If you can book, do so during weekends this place is jammed