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“Delicious, sophisticated Turkish food and wine”
Review of Restaurant Su

Restaurant Su
Ranked #260 of 6,247 Restaurants in Montreal
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$10 - US$22
Cuisines: Turkish
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Restaurant details
Good for: Romantic
Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: Avenue Desmarchais
Transit: Restaurant Su is 7 minutes walking distance from Metro De L'eglise on green line. You can also take bus 58 or 61 (west bound) if you prefer not to walk after metro station.
Description: At Restaurant Su, we combine the best of Turkish cuisine to create a menu rich in tradition while adding a creative twist. Our creative dishes are delicately prepared with the freshest ingredients to ensure an enjoyable experience for all. Specialties include Turkish paté, beef, chicken, lamb, Seafood and more. Turkish cuisine is a delight to behold. We invite you to indulge and enjoy...from our family to yours.
Reviewed 8 January 2017

So, who knew Suvla Bay was a wine district? We were very well advised by our server for a Suvla red wine to pair with perfect lamb (both a shank cassoulet with smoked tripe and beans, and a kebab of thinly sliced medium-rare lamb) and a Macon white to go with piruhi (ricotta ravioli with walnuts, little flowers and sage). All the appetizers on our meze plate were delicious: the bulgur-lentil patties reminiscent of falafel, beet tartare, zucchini stuffed with rice and spices, walnut with roasted red pepper and walnuts with feta. (Note: don't bring the friend who hates walnuts here.) Superb homemade bread. Service was well-informed and every member of the team was happy to swoop in to clear plates, refill water glasses, and keep re-drawing the thick curtains that happily kept the cold street air out. We were served promptly, only a little difficulty getting the bill at the same time as a huge birthday crowd needed their drink orders. About $250 for three with wine by the glass, dessert, coffee and tip.

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Thank Frances T
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Reviewed 24 November 2016

First I have to say that the ambiance and decor of the restaurant is very nice and inviting.
Me and my girlfriend love to share so we ordered mezes (plates to share)
and also fried calamari and desserts. It was all perfect, very tasty and the service was excellent.
I recommend it, it was a great experience for me!

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Thank Alexa G
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Reviewed 5 November 2016

Excellent service and wines with the meal. The baklava was exceptional. Of the 3 appetizers the muhammara was excellent the beet and lentil appetizers were average. the lamb kofta kebab was excellent, the braised lamb was luke warm and under-spiced the Cornish hen was dry (overcooked). Two out of 3 of the appetizers and mains did not measure up to expectations.
With the right choices they can deliver an excellent meal.

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Thank fmeffe
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

Really Nice Food, Attentive, knowledgeable and friendly staff, but the wines start at over $50 a bottle!

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Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

Turkish cuisine needs to be introduced in a good way . Chef Fisun manage the menu and restaurant. Foods are delicious and way of presentations are western style. This is first time for me but it seems not last. I am happy to see o good Turkish restaurant in Montreal. I would be more happy if i hear light Turkish music during my dinner. I am really recommending the guys to see difference between greek and turkish cuisine. Turkish cuisine does not mean only turkish kebab.

Thank Yuksel T
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