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5 Langham Place, Mayfair, London W1B 3DG
- Oxford Circus Tube Station (0.3 km)
- Bond Street Tube Station (0.6 km)
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020 7323 0505
The Balcony Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherds Bush, London W12 7GF
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15 reviews of Ozer Restaurant in English
A pleasant, airy place to sit and drink a nice glass of wine or lager with quality FREE Turkish snacks (often fresh cuts of bread and humous) served to you as you sup. What could be more pleasant on a sunny day in London?
I've only dined here a few times as I've often had my fill of gratis snacks in the bar, but the food is always lovely. Must go again soon!
Ozer is unique, wonderful and friendly ... My daughter and I went for a meal after a day of shopping in Oxford Street and come upon Ozer ... I had heard of this restaurant but had never dined there.. I was pleasantly surprised to found it to be atmospherically restful, classy and welcoming. The food was delicious - this is what Turkish cuisine is all about...I have promised my daughter her birthday treat in the summer - but I am sure I will make an earlier visit with my girlfriends for a girls night out ....if the food is as good in the evening .. well...I can’t wait....
Had a very pleasant early evening meal here, a good varied menu and all the dishes we chose were good, particularly lamb tagine...
Seems to be a good place for parties and large groups, but there are also a lot of smaller tables. It was getting very busy as we left, but the waiting staff didn't hurry us, and were attentive throughout.
This restaurant really improved my trip to London. Contrary to other events this was marked by pleasant, cheerful and helpful service while having a reasonable price. The turkish food was excellent with a wide menu choice.
The early evening set menu is very reasonmably priced
Described by my fellow diner as 'brilliant but a bit mental', Ozer is a great find.
We were there for dinner on a Friday night, so it was super-busy. We'd booked ahead, but it was clear they were overbooked - our table only ended up being a couple of minutes late, and we were given complimentary glasses of red wine to drink while we waited.
The staff were rushed off their feet but still managed to be attentive. Orders were taken quickly (there's a sign on the table telling you 'drinks in 2, starters in 5!). No sooner had I picked up my menu than someone was over with bread, olives and hummus.
The bread, by the way, is probably one of the best things on the whole menu. I could quite easily go for lunch and just graze on a basket of the stuff!
The menu is turkish fusion (mainly turkish but they'll do you a burger, and kid's tagines come with potato wedges) and generally very good. Calamari to start was cooked perfectly, and the spicy sausage was good to. We had the venison tagine and a spicy chicken dish for main. The chicken which was essentially a very tasty turkish tikka masala - I spent the whole meal trying to put my finger on what ingredient made it not taste like curry, but never worked it out.
The bustling atmosphere and down-to-earth approach would make this perfect for dinner with friends. There are loads of mezze dishes you could share. As a date location, it may be a bit busy on weekends - don't expect quiet, atmospheric candlelit romance. This is far more fun!
Lovely Turkish restaurant - very attentive staff and a buzzing, busy atmosphere. The food was very good - the starters were very Turkish, but the main courses had a sort of fusion French/Turkish feel - and they had a heated outside area for the smokers in our group!
Never actually eaten in here, but I have had the odd drink in the bar at the front of the restaurant and it’s really good.
Table service, complimentary snacks, a better-than-average wine list and you can graze from the menu too… mmmm, flatbread.
Reading Eamon’s review makes me want to go for breakfast there. Maybe next time.
I was pleasantly surprised t’other (yes, I’ve gone all northern) morning to find that Ozer serve breakfast. A further pleasant surprise on this morning of surprises was the 'buy one get one free offer’, that is also available throughout the Sofra chain.
The venue is grand yet comfortable and the staff are particularly sweet and friendly. They seem pretty pleased with the quality of their bread (which became toast!), hence their almost forceful, but welcome, insistence to have some. The rose petal jam that I spread liberally over aforesaid bread/toast created a palate-tingling sensation best described as having a mouthful of sugary perfume. But in a good way.
I plumped for the scrambled eggs and sausages which was as solid as Ashford & Simpson’s rock, though there was a slightly confusing appearance on my plate of some rocket drenched in balsamic vinegar - way too early to get my head round that, thank you.
The fresh mint tea is an invigorating way to start the day, though sadly the wafting aroma of the coffee beans led to my 92nd caffeine relapse of the year. Willpower and me don’t ride the same bus.
Large Turkish restaurant, alway very busy with the after work crowd, Mon-Fri but quieter at the weekend. The menu is authentic, well cooked, top quality meats and very well presented. The set meals, particularly the Healthy Option is filling and varied and good value. The atmosphere is noisy,relaxed and good for a romantic dinner for two or an after work meal. The waiting staff tend to be Turkish, very efficient and friendly. No matter how busy they are, I have never had to wait very long before being seated.
I was surprised to find out that Ozer’s was part of a chain. Despite the dingy and deceptive looking entrance to the restaurant, this place is outstanding. Inside is huge restaurant that is always busy. The food is exceptionally good. Any time I’ve been there was in a large group and the staff have catered to all of our demands and requests. We’ve eaten from the set menu and could not recommend higher. The food is tasty and reasonably priced. Great atmosphere.
If I am in he west end and fancy some middle eastern food then there is only way place I'm headed .... Ozer!! Lovely food in beautiful surroundings. The ambience is intimate and the decor has an elegant ottoman feel.
The food is very good and well priced for its location ( average price of a meal is £25 pp). They serve all the standard middle eastern fare....hummous, shish touk, fatoush...but everything is done to a high standard.
It is also a great place to meet friends for a drink as you can sit in the front of the restaurant on cushions around huge gold tables where you can share Mezzes and a drink.
Servcie can be a bit slow but with food this good its worth it :-)
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