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4 based on 507 reviews
This is the second time we have visited, last time I felt the food was bland and overpriced but I thought it was a one off. Unfortunately not, our second visit was much the same, tasteless food which is overpriced including drinks, wonât be going back
4 based on 175 reviews
Took mum in a wheelchair out for lunch.easy access for the wheelchair.we ordered the oap menu for 7.99 plus 1.00 for dessert.we had amongst ourselves the steaks and hunters chicken .the salad with the steaks were really fresh .although the guy serving was also serving at the bar ,he was polite,friendly and we were served without feeling he was rushed or stressed.i understand he was the assistant manager ,but a credit to the relatively new proprietors.the decor has also been changed for the better too. Lot lighter and airy.we enquired about the Sunday lunch and we will definitely be back to try that meal too .highly recommendDebbie H,Thank you for your lovely review, I have passed on your review to the team and particularly to the members of staff working during your visit. We are very proud of our ânew lookâ and itâs great to hear so many positive comments regarding this. Thank you again and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Skipper soon
5 based on 123 reviews
Authentic Turkish & Mediterranean food We have 35 years experience on Turkish food We giving Turkish hospitality to our guests
We eat a lot of Turkish food, having lived in Green Lanes, Haringey, for over 20 years, and consider ourselves real aficionados. Imagine our delight, therefore, when we found this little gem in the Dovercourt area of Harwich. It was a quick overnight visit, and we didnât hold out high hopes. However, from the moment we walked in it was just the best experience: lovely friendly, helpful staff, nice atmosphere, about half full, and a nice table that we had reserved in advance via their website. Turns out we didnât need to have done, but we are so glad we did, because it wasnât something Iâd like to have missed. As is customary in Turkish restaurants there were a number of free nibbles/starters (bread, black olives, tsatsiki and a lovely crumbly cheese, not feta, donât actually know what it was called, but it was fantastic). They were happy to tell us what we were going to get for free, so that we could then adjust our order accordingly. I hate it when they give you things that youâve ordered, or you expect things that you didnât order and then donât get. Anyway, on top of the freebies we had hummus to share, then chicken shish for me, and lamb chops for my husband. They came with tomato, peppers, the most fantastic salad, and rice for him. I was offered Bulgar wheat or quinoa but I asked for extra salad instead and thatâs exactly what I got: the most delicious pile of fragrant, fresh, very very lightly dressed, crunchy salad. The very helpful waitress recommended a Turkish red wine, again no idea what it was called, but it was fantastic. And the best bit of all was it costs 60 quid in total. What a fantastic place, highly recommended.
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