A celebration of different journeys and experiences is what will greet diners at Orfali Bros. The team of chefs present a varied menu of foods and flavours that have been developed and sprinkled with contemporary ideas to create a distinctive experience.
Claiming that 'we are not just chefs, we are a family', collaboration is truly at the heart of this team. Combining experiences, skills, vision and passion, the chefs respect tradition while also pushing the boundaries to keep their menu exciting and innovative.
The restaurant itself is classy and elegant, illustrating the same level of sophistication you will find in their food. With a monochrome colour scheme, the Orfali Bros are all about sleek, clean presentation that can be found across every single plate of well-prepared food. The menu is split into four different sections: for one, cold, hot and pide. In the cold section, you will find a selection of salads as well as a burghul tabbouleh spiced with Aleppo chili paste. Moving onto hot, the chefs take a traditional patatas bravas and transform it into a dish of triple cooked chips coated in a bravas sauce. A selection of wagyu beef dishes follow including two burgers and a dish served with a sour cherry ketchup.
For a taste of Turkey, guests can select one of the pide dishes (a turkish flatbread, similar to pizza). Once again, the offering is not traditional with a burnt leek and truffle pide and an okonomiyaki pide with cabbage, proscuitto, spicy tuna, mayo and bulldog sauce as toppings.
If you're dining here, you cannot miss dessert. Each plate is a gastronomical work of art rather than dessert. Carefully constructed with impressive precision, offerings like the fererro cake have an incredible level of detail. The most intriguing dessert has to be the Japanese square with its unsual black colouring.