Came for dinner to celebrate a friends birthday in the weekend. The restaurant has a really cool vibe with its interior Mediterranean design that really takes you back to Greece and Turkey. We ordered: 1) Moroccan Hummus- Was disappointed with the flavour of hummus, it was lacking seasoning. The dish came with falafel which was slightly over fried and dense. The flatbread was thin crispy and had just the right amount of oil. We later realised most dishes came on a bed of hummus so would have ordered another dish instead had we known this. 2) Tempura Haloumi chips- deep fried haloumi that was salty crispy and delicious. One of my favourite dishes of the night. The batter was light and not too greasy too. 3) Cauliflower fritters- I couldn’t taste the cauliflower that prominently due to the other spices like turmeric. Texture was fluffy and light, 4) Turkish lamb doner- the lamb was thinly sliced and well seasoned with that Turkish grill flavour. I wished it was slightly more charred to give that smokiness to it. 5) Lahmajun- minced meat pizza, I found this underwhelming. The mince didn’t have a lot of flavour and could definitely do with more spice and salt. 6) Tiramisu and Loukomades- the tiramisu had a good espresso flavour but had a bit too much fresh cream than mascarpone. The honey puffs were a good texture but could have been balanced better with ice cream rather than chocolate. Overall a nice atmosphere especially being on the Westfield rooftop. Food flavours are average, portions are good but prices are slightly steep.
277, you've been worth the wait with your construction. The new rooftop dining is a fresh scene and Bodrum is a great addition. Went here with a walk in group of 10 on a Wednesday. They were very accommodating to us and the service was top notch. The food followed a similar trend. Everyone enjoyed their dishes with the highlight being the beef short rib.