19 Numara Bos Cirrik information

This restaurant offers delicious authentic Turkish cuisine, with excellent service and at reasonable prices too.

Ranked #3320 of 5241 restaurants in London

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 00:00

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19 Numara Bos Cirrik reviews

By J.

This used to be a firm favourite of ours and we have eaten here many times over the last few years. However, I'm sad to say that standards are slipping, mostly due to the service as opposed to the food itself. Friends of ours were given half pint glasses for wine(?) and the wait for food has been steadily been getting longer and longer over a period of time. The prices have also taken a hike in recent times, particularly on the main courses and whilst it's still undoubtedly very cheap for a meal out with friends, there are several other establishments in the area that offer the same high standard of food with better service and prices. When the bill arrived, our waiter informed us that we would incur charges if we wanted to pay by card as opposed to cash! There were quite a few of us in our group but some were already paying cash and at £25 per head, I didn't personally think a charge per transaction was warranted. We did pay in cash but left no tip and won't be returning anytime soon.

By Georgina C.

The venue may be basic, but the food is anything but.

The Venue
Good things come in small packages. While Numara 19 Bos Cirrik isn’t going to win any awards for its location or interior, it’s not an unwelcoming place. Stip lighting perhaps detracts from the charm, but the venue is cosy and clean.

The Atmosphere
The size dictates that this restaurant would feel full, even if it wasn’t constantly populated with enthusiastic diners. Staff are affable and a family-friendly, and a laid back Mediterranean vibe permeates throughout.

The Food
With the majority of dishes cooked on the Turkish ocakbasi grill, which stretches along the back wall, perfuming the air with the heady scent of barbequed meat, this isn’t a place for vegetarians or the faint hearted. Exercise caution when ordering as portions are huge and each order comes with a trio of free side dishes: a mixed salad, finely chopped chilli onions and grilled onion quarters in a tangy, yet earthy pomegranate and turnip sauce.

Delicious starters include Turkish and Greek stables, bulgar wheat salad, hummus and falafel for example, and lahmacun – a delicious Turkish take on pizza, with spiced minced lamb spread thinly over flatbread. Main courses are heaven for the meateaters. A mixed grill produces a wide selection of the menu’s greats: quail, minced lamb, liver and chops, all tender and well-seasoned.

The Drink
This restaurant is unlicensed, but the corkage fee is just a few pounds and glasses are provided. If you’re not in the mood for alcohol there are a variety of soft drinks on offer.

The Last Word
Numara 19 Bos Cirrik is a London legend that serves incredible food at an incredible value.

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