The Sultan’s Table, Enmore

The destination:
We headed to Enmore’s The Sultan’s Table for Turkish delights (of the savoury kind) on a whim after nearby Faheem’s Fast Food was found to be closed. Our cravings for something spicy and subcontinental were overcome once we saw the delicious spread inside The Sultan’s Table, a Turkish kebab shop and eat-in restaurant serving up pides, kebabs, dips, charcoal grilled meats and lots of vegetarian treats (vine leaves, stuffed capsicums and more).

The vibe:Β 
The Sultan’s Table initially looks like just another Sydney kebab shop (with a slightly more enticing array of food on display), but out the back is a simple covered terrace to sit and the food (and charming service) is anything but ordinary.

The eats:
First up, we had a plate of dips (hummous, baba ganoush and beetroot)Β and Turkish bread fresh from the oven – a significant serving size for a ‘small’ which could have been lunch in itself. Each of the dips were delicious but the beetroot was our pick. The zucchini fritters we tried were a little dry and uninspiring, but the charcoal grilled chicken shish kebab more than compensated. It actually had a similar texture and taste to chicken cooked in the tandoor, minus the spices.

The verdict:
Ultra friendly staff, amazingly fresh bread and moreish dips. It’s not a visually inspiring restaurant, but like many good places to eat it’s all about the food.

Sultan’s Table, 179 Enmore Road, Enmore, tel: 02 9557 0229

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4 Responses

  1. Ed October 11, 2011 / 12:16 pm

    oh my. this post made me hungry.

    Your layout is very clean! πŸ˜€

  2. devoured October 11, 2011 / 2:04 pm

    Glad it was hunger inducing – and thanks Ed re/ the layout πŸ™‚

  3. devoured November 27, 2011 / 7:05 pm

    Thanks! Just checked out your blog, your photos put mine to shame πŸ˜‰

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