Renowned for their thick, stretchy ice-cream you have to use a knife and fork for, Mado Café also serves up a wide range of Turkish delicacies for every meal of the day. From mixed Meze platters to salads to Shish to Pide to Manti to Turkish coffee and baklavas, Mado Café offers an extensive range of authentic Turkish food, each dish exquisitely prepared. Mado Café is open every day of the week until midnight, with group bookings and takeaway options also available.
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Atmosphere: tick. Homemade icecream: tick. Spacious seating inside & out: tick. Menu choices: mostly tick. Tasty strong coffee: tick. Prices could be better, but worth a visit for all of the above reasons & more.
Great, hearty Turkish food, the meals are delicious, though many come just for the reknowned "solid" ice cream (that you eat with a knife and fork!). If ice cream isn't your thing, they have an endless choice of baclava and other desserts. Recommended!
The plush and colourful interior of Turkish paraphernalia at Mado Café rocks the casbah. Delicately prepared mezze. Start with dips and salads and work your way to aromatic and tender grilled meats. Mado is really renowned for its desserts. Don’t miss: super-stretchy wild orchid ice cream and baklava.