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Gothenburg Resto | Tara’s Turkiskt Kök & Bar

Too many restaurant reviews backlog and I blame it to the good weather, it has been harder to stay home and work on my posts because the sun is calling and I need some vitamin Ds and heat. So, here goes another cuisine I tried a month back using our Enjoy food coupon, Turkish food from Tara’s.

Location: Perfectly situated. Located in Södravägen, the closest bus/tram stop is Berziligatan or Körsvagen.

Place: Since the weather was starting to be better when we ate, they already had tables and chairs outside and it was where we had our food. I love how they have trees, it gives a refreshing, close to nature feeling. I never went inside but I would say they have a quite big area including outside seats.

Food: I ordered the grilled dish with chicken, lamb and beef because I wanted to try a little of everything. I like how the beef was done, not well done, not rare. The chicken and the lamb were pretty dry for me. One thing that I loved here though is the rice. I don’t know what they mix with it but it was heavenly, I would go back here for the rice and grilled beef.

Service: Average, they were packed when we were there so the waiters were running back and forth.

Price: Cheap with the discount card for one dish was free but also for the food you get even without the card, it is still affordable.

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Bread and olives, complimentary
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Main dish
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Heavenly rice
I live, I share

Gothenburg | Enjoy Bonusshopping

If you are at least two people living in Gothenburg or Sweden for that matter and loves to eat out once in a while to try a different kind of cuisine or simply to get a break from home cooked meals then maybe Enjoy Bonusshopping is good for you just as it is for us. I describe this as a booklet or booklets of coupons for a lot of restaurants, cafes, hotels, trips, shops and more. It is an order for 2 pay for 1 kind of thing where you pay for the more expensive meal. It does not include drinks of course but then not having to pay for 1 dish is quite a saving. We paid around 300 kronor for the booklets and in Sweden eating at least thrice using the discounts, you already get the money you paid for because if you are lucky, one dish costs 100 kronor. Part of it also goes to charity so you are really not just getting the discounts but helping in a way at the same time. Quite a good combination don’t you think?

Try a new restaurant in town soon!

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