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Big Seff, London

We were looking for a takeaway and let our fingers do the walking. The Big Seff came into view and it said: “Experience the best food.”
Apparently, three young, experienced chefs came together with their own energy, their own ideas and their own excitement.
The site added: “All the food is fresh, traditional and extraordinary in taste and presentation.”
They claimed bread is freshly-baked on the premises and added: “If you (are) huge fans of kebabs, mezes and sea foods as well as traditional Turkish foods, Big Seff is the place for you.
“Whatever you’re craving, we’ve got an option for you. You don’t need to be in the Mediterranean region to taste its succulent flavours.”
We were tempted so we gave them a call to order a takeaway. Sadly, I wish we hadn’t. It arrived ten minutes ahead of time and was delivered by a surly biker.
We started with their “home-made” hummus. It was rubbery with little flavour.
We they tried the filo pastry rolled with feta inside which was OK, but the mains were cold and a huge disappointment.
The moussaka – surely a staple for a Mediterranean restaurant – lacked any flavour or individuality.
My lamb shank was minus any rich taste and arrived swimming in tasteless, runny gravy and with vegetables which were so soft that they crumbled and had little or no taste.
We’ll not be making a call to the Big Seff again.

NOTE: THE PICTURE IS FREE USE FROM PIXABAY TO IS USED TO DISPLAY TURKISH FOOD NOTHING ELSE. IT HAS NO RELATION TO THE BIG SEFF

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