Skewd kitchen promises Anatolian flavours with attitude. Their aim is to provide an innovative culinary experience by coming at their dishes from a skewed angle (hence the name). If you’re in the mood for excitement, this is the place to try.
Everything from the steaks to the vegetables is coal-fired, giving it all a signature smoky depth. Why not try one of their innovations and tuck into a Turkish spring roll or a seafood kebab with fennel, sumac and pomegranate salad? Alternatively, you can feast on the traditional range of kebabs and mezes, all with a slight skewed twist. If you’re in the mood for something lighter, opt for the Skewd Salad: a colourful mix of seasonal leaves, figs, dates and sultanas.
They have a luxurious range of desserts, including Turkish favourites like kunefe (a sweet, gooey cheese pastry) and flaky, syrupy baklava. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Turkish meal without a cup of Turkish coffee to finish.
You can find Skewd Kitchen at EN4 0BX. The nearest underground station is Cockfosters.
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