Turkish food is much more than nourishment. It’s food made with love to share with friends and family. Turkish food that evokes a sense of comfort and happiness. Food that makes core ingredients the star of the show. Great produce is at the heart of Turkish cooking, which is why we care about the provenance and quality of our food.
Everything is sustainably sourced, and all our meat is free-range and organic.
Tahini pays homage to the Usta’s of the old Kebab and Pide salons of Istanbul, where local provenance is still a given, and where small details matter, and experience counts for everything. Our menu reflects our own childhood growing up on the Aegean coast of Turkey, of spices from the levantine, and sun ripened produce from the Mediterranean.
“Robust flavours and colours, presented with little gestures of refinement”
– Keith Miller
Experience authentic Turkish flavours without leaving your home!
SUN - THURS: 5PM - 9PM
FRI - SAT: 5PM - 10PM
We are extremely proud of sourcing the very best produce we can find, with our organic lamb and beef reared by Rhug Farm in Wales and where we know their animals are fed on green pastures and enjoy a more natural habitat.
Our chicken is reared by Capestone Organic in Wales, supplied direct from farm to our table fresh and ready for marinating.
We buy only fresh fish from Stickleback Fish. Check out Tahini Turkish takeaway menu.
We also cater for vegetarians, vegans, coeliacs or any other allergy you might have as we cook everything fresh from scratch on our premises..
Are you planning a large party, celebration or event? Why not let Tahini provide your catering. We are used to preparing our delicious Turkish food for large numbers every day. With all our dips, kebabs and salads prepared in house we can prepare a feast fit for any event.
Please contact us with your personal requirements and we can take it from there.
Ordered some bits to take away and it was amazing. The presentation of the food was impeccable, especially considering it was take away and the flavours of everything were…