Tasmania is about as far from Turkey as you can get – some 14,200 kilometres, if we’re counting – but at Pasha’s Restaurant in the centre of Hobart, you can get a little taste of the Bosphorus Strait by Bass Strait. The menu at Pasha’s on Elizabeth Street brings together all the finest aspects of Turkish cuisine, from mezze starters and sharing plates to marinated kebabs and vegetarian classics. Begin with a selection of warm mezze – the dolma, stuffed with rice, spices and served with a garlic yoghurt, are a particular favourite – before moving onto a full mixed grill featuring lamb cutlets various kebabs. The truly hungry can also find space for some of their Gaziantep Salad to boot, a regional speciality from the south of Turkey featuring spinach, tomato, red capsicum, red cabbage and onion and served with a light dressing. All this and more is available at Pasha’s on Elizabeth Street: all you need do is book a table and head on over.
food consistently good - my organic chicken still the best I have had,and others in part were satisfied .Need to improve their service awareness however as one is left to long when they are busy .The order does arrive quickly .
Great food and friendly service. They have a BYO option which is always good for those with a wine cellar they are proud of. complimentary appetiser is a great welcome. they do take-aways and their dips are well renowned.
The food was great but the staff lacked confidence and the overall feel was of being rather disorganised. They did have an ad on the window for experienced staff.