Yeni is exactly the kind of restaurant you take someone to when you want to impress them, but also make it look like you haven’t really thought about impressing them. It’s a cool, Turkish small plates restaurant in Soho, that has a casual Mediterranean feel but also some pretty serious prices. Their daily menu is all about dishes that would be even better with a glass of white wine and some sunshine - octopus, aubergine manti, pan fried brill - but for the small plates you’re looking at £12 a plate and the most of the mains fall around the £30 mark. The service can be a little eager but it’s well worth swinging by for some pan fried feta and a glass of wine.
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