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Web Site: fezpetersfield.com/
Place added on Feb 6th, 2011
39b Bakery Lane, Petersfield. GU32 3DY Hampshire
United Kingdom (map)
Tel 01730 231 266
This place has 5 reviews
Nice local restaurant rings the changes from Indian or Thai. Veggie choices rather limited and haven't changed since it opened; if there was more on offer, I'd go more regularly as it's near to me.
Reviewer Veggie Places
This restaurant has a friendly informal atmosphere and serves all the Turkish classics such as hummous, tabbouleh, stufffed vine leaves and imam bayaldi (stuffed aubergines). The menu will appeal to veggies and non_veggies alike with plenty of meat and fish dishes alongside the vegetarian fare. Food was excellent, as was the service. Baklava and turkish coffee both score 10 out of 10. Visit, eat and enjoy.
Reviewer Andrew B has written no other reviews
Wow. At last I have found somewhere with a choice of veggie dishes that aren't just goat's cheese or mushroom!! I was spoilt for choice and struggled to make my mind up. My partner and I had a selection of starters including the fabulous soup...a must with a huge squeeze of lemon and freshly baked warm bread. I also had the veggie moussaka, unlike any I have tasted before and would def have again, once I have tried the other dishes on offer!! My partner enjoyed his meat dish too. Attentive but not over-intrusive service, with a relaxed, unhurried atmoshere. We will certainly be returning to try the other dishes. Well worth the trip from Gosport!!
Reviewer Denise E has written no other reviews
I am a regular visitor to Fez and love the friendly and warm welcome by Bilson and the team. I meet up with friends for lunch and the food is delicious as are the coffee and cakes! My grandchildren of 3 and 6 love having the chicken, rice and salad and are given a special welcome and attention. As a veggie myself I can highly recommend the freshly cooked stuffed aubergine with rice as a main meal - delicious and so filling. It's a lovely place to go and relax at any time.
Reviewer Vivienne H has written no other reviews
I’ve been dying to try this Turkish place that opened up right under our noses eight months ago.
This independent restaurant, tucked down an alleyway is small but brimming with atmosphere. We got the last table on a Saturday night; tub chairs at a low table instead of the normal height. Upstairs is a more relaxed seating area and a few more dining tables. A tiny open plan kitchen is crammed into a small area to the rear of the restaurant.
On the specials menu was vegetarian stew and vegetarian moussaka. Moussaka in most places is gloopy and memorable for the wrong reasons; mine was solid, authentic, tasty and served with a dressed salad, sour cream, white rice and some sort of aubergine puree. Delicious. Mr Big had similarly good things to say about his stew, which was vegan. He’d managed a starter too - houmous with pitta bread, which he pronounced excellent. Although we said we were having no more food, the man who I imagine is the owner, pressed a complimentary baklava on us and then said the chef insisted we tried the Turkish coffee and tea. They had no idea we were from VP; I’m sure they treat all their customers this well.
I’m so sick of mediocre chains offering the same uninspiring options; this is a breath of fresh air on our usually boring home patch.
If you are travelling by car, it’s in the alleyway connecting Waitrose car park to the High Street. Rail passengers will find it’s a seven minute walk. For a change, we arrived on foot.
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