No separate kid’s menu at this time. The dishes are designed to be shared. However, they will happily cater something towards the kids too.
Turkish Tapas, Charcoal Grill, Sides and All Day Breakfast.
Need to know:
Recently opened, Parcha bring you the best from Mother and Daughter duo, Bel and Yoni, and their fabulous team! They bring you only the best dishes from Cyprus with their beautiful and delicious food. Their passion is to bring a beautiful space for everyone to feel welcome and nothing makes them happier than seeing people enjoy their dishes.
We just love the variety of Turkish food on offer. There’s plenty of options for everyone, including children and catering to dietary requirements. They do offer an all day kitchen, but please note that the grill is available from 6pm. If you head in before, the Turkish BBQ items can be ordered, but won’t be on the grill. Rest assured, it will still taste fabulous. They have a great “Feed Me” menu, where they serve their favourites to you. Word on the street is that there are secret menu items, but you didn’t hear it from us.
The kids will love this one, as will the adults. They offer high chairs, ample space for prams and colouring books and pencils for kids. They have babychinos on the menu, as well as some little sweets that the kids would love too. In their short time, dinner has been popular already, so we highly recommend booking ahead.
Our latest visit:
These guys are doing it right! The photos on their social media really draw you in. The food looks amazing and we can confirm, it tastes as good as it looks. I immediately contacted Yoni to investigate how kid friendly they are. From the get go, I received a very warm welcome from her about dining in with the kids. I was ready to go then and there, but I held off waiting for the opportunity to dine with my husband. Why you ask? So I could try more food. It was definitely worth that one week wait to head in!
We ventured in for an early dinner. We were immediately greeted and welcomed by Yoni! We just love the fit out of the restaurant. The venue itself isn’t huge, but it feels spacious and inviting. The atmosphere is welcoming and we just love that the kitchen is somewhat open too. They have a long bench seat with scatter cushions. We were seated and immediately provided water and a drinks order. The kids were also given some pencils and colouring books. I was very keen to hear about their favourite items and suggestions for the kids, especially what could be made dairy free.
We ordered multiple dishes so that we could try a little bit of everything and made small changes so that there are some dairy free options for Esther. They made it really easy to do this. We ordered a couple items from their secret menu and they did not disappoint. Mum’s the word though! Our spread included halloumi bites (polenta dusted), gozleme (spinach and fetta), kofte (spiced minced lamb kofte) and their HSP (Hidden Snack Pack: Seasoned fries, chilli mayo topped with chicken doner).
Food was incredibly fast and you can tell so much care has gone into the process of selecting quality ingredients. Everything we ate tasted incredible. The kids enjoyed tasting a little bit of everything. All of the staff at Parcha were very attentive and friendly throughout our visit. We finished our visit with some sweets. They have some delicious baklava, that also won’t disappoint.
We would love to head in again soon and try their grilled meats. It’ll definitely be worth keeping the kids up a little later! We also will be checking out their Feed Me menu! Don’t hold off on heading in here. They’ve got a lot of surprises in store in the future too, so keep your eyes peeled out. They’ll have you returning again and again.
What they do well:
– Very attentive and friendly
– Delicious range of food
– Very accommodating to kid’s tastes and dietary requirements.
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Information correct at the time of posting. Please notify us of any incorrect information. We always recommend calling ahead to accommodate your needs and to confirm kitchen times.
Photo Credits: Kids for Dinner and Parcha