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dined on Fri, 29 Mar 2019

Excellent food at reasonable prices Friendly service Reasonable wine list

dined on Sun, 24 Mar 2019

Another great, generous meal. Lamb etc cooked to perfection. Marvelous 'views' of Turkey on the video 'windows'.

dined on Sun, 10 Mar 2019

Excellent food and service

dined on Mon, 4 Mar 2019

The food was outstanding, we have visited numerous Turkish restaurants but this is the stand out. I don't have to wish the family good luck because if they simply deliver the same quality this will become the place to go on Chapel street.

dined on Sun, 24 Feb 2019

Needs to increase the sizes of the portions a bit

dined on Sat, 23 Feb 2019

Great value at 50 per cent off Loved the lamb cutlets Seafood dish disappointing not much seafood .
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About Marmara Restaurant

True Turkish delight Away from the bustling retail end of Chapel Street, you will find Marmara Turkish Restaurant, one of Australia’s oldest Turkish restaurants. Established in 1980, the secret to Marmara’s longevity is clear: offering hungry diners a genuine Turkish experience. We can’t go past the special banquet, which leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the best of Turkish food. Entrée does more than whet your appetite with dips, baked eggplant, Turkish bread, a spinach and feta spring roll, fresh green beans and vine leaves. Not to be outdone, the main course sees you sampling fresh calamari, iskender kebab, shish kebab, shish tavuk and grilled prawns. Don’t eat meat? Not a problem! The flavours of Turkish food lend themselves perfectly to vegetarian cuisine. All banquets are accompanied by pilav (rice) and a garden salad, although we wouldn’t blame you for moving straight to the selection of desserts and beverages (both hot and cold) that are also heading your way. After all, what Mediterranean meal is complete without baklava and Turkish coffee? If you’re not quite ready to take on a banquet, Marmara also offers an extensive eat-in and takeaway menu. As the restaurant’s name derives from the region of Turkey surrounding the Sea of Marmara, we love trying the new seafood specials, such as the claypot with grilled king prawns, scallops, mussels, calamari, fresh tomato, spinach, garlic, fresh herbs and pesto. As they say in Turkey, ‘afiyet olsun’ (or bon appetit)! Best dish: Fresh calamari

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