TAS Restaurants Turkish and Mediterranean Restaurant in London

TAS Restaurants Turkish and Mediterranean Restaurant in London

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Our Founder

Onder Sahan

CEO

Onder Sahan, CEO of the Tas Restaurant Group, opened his first restaurant on The Cut in 1999. His passion for food preparation was apparent from the outset and his varied dishes and distinctive recipes were instantaneously greeted with excellent reviews. (more…)

TAS Vegetarian Menu Keeps You Healthy

Healthy eating is important to keep your body in balance, give you more energy and help you to live longer. The health scene shows no sign of slowing down as more and more health-conscious eateries open up.  (more…)

Enjoy TAS Vegan Food

TAS Restaurants offer one of the healthiest Vegan food in London, with real Turkish-grown food – lentils, houmous, tabbouleh, bulgur wheat, pulses, hazelnuts, aubergine, okra, and a whole host of vegetables and salads. Fresh herbs and spices add to the freshness and ‘homemade’ taste. There is a fresh orange juice machine and some of the cold mezes lend themselves to be enjoyed hotter rather than cold.  (more…)

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Our Founder

Onder Sahan

CEO

Onder Sahan, CEO of the Tas Restaurant Group, opened his first restaurant on The Cut in 1999. His passion for food preparation was apparent from the outset and his varied dishes and distinctive recipes were instantaneously greeted with excellent reviews.

TAS Vegetarian Menu Keeps You Healthy

Healthy eating is important to keep your body in balance, give you more energy and help you to live longer. The health scene shows no sign of slowing down as more and more health-conscious eateries open up.

Enjoy TAS Vegan Food

TAS Restaurants offer one of the healthiest Vegan food in London, with real Turkish-grown food - lentils, houmous, tabbouleh, bulgur wheat, pulses, hazelnuts, aubergine, okra, and a whole host of vegetables and salads. Fresh herbs and spices add to the freshness and 'homemade' taste. There is a fresh orange juice machine and some of the cold mezes lend themselves to be enjoyed hotter rather than cold.