26-27 Grand Parade, Green Lanes, N4 1LG, London
This family-run restaurant in the Green Lanes area is well-established as one of the leading Turkish dining experiences in North East London.
Here, as in many of the Turkish and Cypriot cafés and restaurants nearby, you can drink Turkish tea, called çay (pronounced Chai).
DID YOU KNOW?
Although many associate coffee with Turkey, tea is the country's most commonly drunk hot drink.
Turkish tea is a black tea which is drunk without milk, traditionally served in small tulip-shaped glasses along with sugar cubes.
The tea is usually prepared using two specially design tea kettles called "çaydanlık" which stack on top of one another.
Çay is a product of Turkey, grown on the eastern Black Sea coast, which has a mild climate with high precipitation and fertile soil.