Tas Fetter Lane

Tas Fetter Lane

Middle Eastern and African

0.5 miles
21 New Fetter Lane, City, London, EC4A 3BF

Established since 1999, the Tas restaurant name is synonymous with showcasing Anatolian Turkish cuisine just as it should be. The iconic branches are designed to immerse the diner in a contemporary Turkish-style setting with a warm, friendly atmosphere. Tas restaurants are perfect for any occasion and all dishes are prepared by a loyal team of highly skilled chefs using fresh, seasonal produce of the highest standard.

You’ll find a vast selection of hand-prepared hot and cold meze and small plates for sharing, including the classic hummus, made in-house to a secret recipe and served with freshly baked Turkish pide bread. The signature Mangal charcoal grill tempts with succulent shish kebabs, while other mains include traditional casseroles and seasonal specials. There’s plenty for vegetarians to enjoy too.

Tas The Cut is the original Tas restaurant, providing guests with the same highly regarded Turkish hospitality today as it did in 1999. Tas Borough offers a separate café and restaurant-style setting. Get your coffee fix along with a mouth-watering selection of Turkish bread, pastries and breakfast at the café. Meanwhile, Tas Bloomsbury is great for a lunchtime pit-stop or relaxed evening dinner. Tas Fetter Lane attracts those looking for somewhere to meet and entertain clients over delicious food and wine – there’s also a private room that can hold up to 50 people. Tas Pide is a popular choice for theatre-goers, locals and tourists. The spotlight is on pide – soft hand-stretched dough prepared using Turkish wheat flour and olive oil, stuffed with a range of meat, cheese and vegetables, then baked until it’s golden.


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Opening Hours:
Mon:noon-11.30pm
Tues:noon-11.30pm
Weds:noon-11.30pm
Thurs:noon-11.30pm
Fri:noon-11.30pm
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