Harden's survey result
“A very convenient location” – by Shakespeare’s Globe – adds to the lustre of this “cavernous” but “nicely buzzy” branch of the “reliable Tas chain”. There’s a “good-value sharing menu” with “very decent mezze” and filling pide – “a Turkish take on pizza” (although “it’s quite clear why it’s the Italian version that’s conquered the world!”)
Cosy Anatolian, right by the Globe Theatre, which is “probably the most attractive Tas”, and its “fairly traditional mezze and Turkish take on pizza” are similarly “reasonably priced”.
Right by the Globe Theatre, this large but cosy Anatolian café is a “reliable” spot, where “you can feast cheaply” on mezze and “tasty” Turkish pizza (‘pide’).
“Stick to the signature Anatolian pizzas and the Turkish desserts and you won’t go wrong” – not bad advice if you visit this “bustling” spot near Shakespeare’s Globe; it’s still hailed as a “value-for-money” destination, but critics do fear it’s “not as good as it used to be”.
Tas Pide Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Decent Lebanese/Turkish type food. Menu doesn't change much (printed) so not for repeat visits unless you like to eat the same dishes each time. Stick to the suggestions, no surprises here. It's quick and cheerful and the service is attentive but not elegant. Good for a pre-theatre snack"
all day noon - 11.30 pm
Last orders: 11.30 pm, Sun 10.30 pm