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Welcome " To The Cushion House " Turkish Restaurant

The Cushion House, located in the heart of Central Sydney specializes and the best authentic Turkish food in Sydney with seating for up to 150 people, pokies like Where is the Gold, and fully licensed with Bars. For any occasion let The Cushion House give you the Turkish experience. Read more

BANQUET MENU!

SET BANQUET MENU for 2 People (pp) :
A selection of appetizers, unlimited Turkish bread, your own choice of 1 salad, falafels, your choice of 1 pide from the "pide menu", 3 main courses (kuzu sis, tavuk sis, izgara kofte), Turkish tea, Turkish coffee, apple tea and dessert (Baklava and Turkish delight)..$40 (pp) Read more

WHY IS TURKISH FOOD WORLD CLASS?

When the best cuisines in the world are judged it comes as a surprise to most people that Turkish cuisine has been rated as one of the three great cuisines of the world, along with French and Chinese. However, if you take a look back in time, the explanation for the extraordinary Turkish food is more understandable. It was during the 500 years of Ottoman rule that Turkish culinary skills were developed. Read more
 

TURKISH DÖNER KEBAB
Döner kebab is filets of meat stacked on a vertical spit and roasted at a vertical grill. Döner means "turning:" the vertical spit is rotated, or turned, in front of the heat source (charcoal, gas or electric). When the meat directly opposite the heat source is properly roasted. Read more

TURKISH COFFEE (TÜRK KAHVESİ)
From the days of the Ottoman Empire through the present, coffee has played an important role in Turkish lifestyle and culture. The serving and consumption of coffee has had a profound effect on betrothal and gender customs, political and social interaction, prayer, and hospitality customs throughout the centuries. Although many of the rituals are not prevalent in today's society, coffee has remained an integral part of Turkish culture...Read more

TURKISH TEA

Turkish tea (Turkish: çay) is a type of tea that is popular mainly in the Turkish-speaking countries. In Turkey, Turkish tea tends to be more popular than Turkish coffee among the younger generation, just as the thrilling site known for its entertainment:http://www.spillnorgesautomaten.com. Turkish tea, called çay, a form of black tea, is produced on the eastern Black Sea coast, which has a mild climate with high precipitation and fertile soil. Turkish tea is typically prepared using two stacked kettles (çaydanlık) especially designed for tea preparation.more

TURKISH WATER PIPE - NARGILA

The nargile (NAHR-gee-leh), or Turkish water pipe, has for centuries been an icon of Eastern café culture. By forcing tobacco smoke through water, the nargile partially filters tar and particulates from smoke, in addition to cooling it. Also called a hookah or hubble-bubble, the nargile became popular in Turkey during the 1700s, at the height of the Ottoman Empire, and by the 19th century its pleasures had been discovered by European high society. After World War II, most smokers switched to cigarets.more



YOU CAN DRINK DELICIOUS TURKISH TRIDITIONAL AYRAN
AT THE CUSHION HOUSE

The ayran is made of a mixture of water, yogurt and salt. Usually the ayran is drunk more in the summer because it is a cold drink. But the Turks also drink ayran in the winter. Ayran is white and its consistence is creamy. This drink is very healthy and can be drunk by the meal.

 

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