“You must go to Sofra” a few people informed us.
So when a luncheon spot opened up we raced in.
Sofra is a Turkish restaurant in Toowoomba and as someone else said “it’s not bad for a big country town.” Which is probably how I would sum it up.
Maybe due to all its raves and the awesome menu we were looking forward to our feed. It was however quite disappointing.
We ordered the seafood mezze share plate for two ; mussels, calamari, swordfish kebab, prawns, dip, olives, small salad, haloumi and bread. I guess being mediterranean we expected great seafood grilled with amazing spices. Instead the calamari and mussels were deep fried and repeated on us all afternoon.
For mains we shared a mixed grilled plate; lamb kebab, chicken kebab and Turkish mince kebab. Once again it was slightly underwhelming and a bit dry.
Previously when I have had Turkish grills the meat is juicy, succulent and full of flavours. This was quite short of that.
The wines selection wasn’t great and fairly overpriced for what it was with most glasses being $10 per glass.
Overall I would rate this restaurant as 2/5 and most points due to the friendly staff.