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Out in Sydney’s Bondi, Pasha’s Lounge is celebrating the unique clash of cultures that Turkey represents. At once European and Asian, Pasha brings the food of this mishmash to locals in a dining space that is a electric as Istanbul itself. The team deal primarily in north-western Turkish cuisine, some of the region’s most fragrant and interesting ingredients. Bondi Road’s Pasha Lounge is home to traditional Turkish food, drinks, dancing and indulgence.
Great food and service loved it restaurant was very clean and view was very nice siting was good too we all enjoy there was the best time
Diners at Bondi Road’s Pasha’s Lounge are immediately taken with the space’s atmosphere. The dining room is part Aladdin’s cave, part wine cellar, with the walls lined with the menu’s vintages. Once seated, diners are invited to pick from a menu which showcases the best in north-western Turkish cuisine. For those that need a little help to tell their babaganush from their pacanga borek and their adana kebab from their barramundi, their team in Bondi are on hand to ensure that Syndey’s diners get the most from their generous menu.
Aside from their fragrant and exotic dishes, Bondi Road’s Pasha’s Lounge has made a name for itself as the home of decidedly Turkish entertainment in Bondi. Although the restaurant is fully licensed, guests are invited to bring a bottle of their choosing with them (wine or champagne only), something that helps get guests into a party mood ahead of an evening enjoying belly dancing and Turkish music. Pasha’s Lounge is unlike anything you’re liable to find in Sydney, and diners and revellers from around the city are heading there for the great, innovative food and their wild Turkish parties.