What Others Say...

Here are just a few of the great comments we have received from our customers.

Stockport Express says....
Even on a cold and dreary night, this Mediterranean restaurant is warm, bright and somehow manages to transport you from Stockport to the Med from the second you walk through the door.
Staff greet you with a smile and are keen to recommend or explain menu choices. There's a distinct Turkish flavour to the dishes and Pasha is famous for it's Kebabs - but not the kind you regret on a Sunday morning after a boozy Saturday night.
Owner Bulent Kaya shows a kebab can be a tasty, healthy meal, using tender quality cuts of meat or fish, marinated in delicious spices and plated up with rice and salad.
There's a huge selection of hot and cold tapas-style starters and the home-made hummus is to die for, as is the Siagara Borek - a light filo pastry filled with feta.
There is a varied choice of mains with almost 30 choices, including a good selection of vegetarian dishes.
At Pasha, the thing to do is just it a go. Even if you can't pronounce the names, the food is delicious and freshly prepared with excellent attention to detail - so you can't go far wrong.
Inside Hazel Grove says....
There is a wonderful range of starters on the menu. The Sigara Borek, a shallow fried filo pastry filled with feta cheese has to be tasted to be believed. For those willing to share or with a big appetite, I can recommend one of the mixed meze - a great selection and great value.

The main courses are expertly cooked and beautifully presented. The salad garnishes are almost too attractive to eat - almost but not quite and the tomatoes are skinned and the skin fashioned into a rose flower on your plate. The Sasik is excellent. You can have chicken or lamb or half and half and it is succulent, tender and served with with rice and salad so there is sufficient to satisfy but not enough to cloy. For the richer palate try the Polla Alla Crema or the Chicken Sate served with a scrumptious sauce of mushroom, tomato, peppers, garlic and white wine topped with cheese. Steaks are delightful with a range of options, Sirloin or Fillet.

For vegetarians there is plenty of choice including vegetarian pancake, Musakka and Ispanak Nohutlu. For the hungry the vegetarian Guvec or peasant stew is a good bet.

The fish dishes are excellent, Sea Bass, Sea Bream and Swordfish steak, again served so the plates look like a work of art. The fish is freshly bought and it certainly tastes like it.

Follow your meal with a sweet from the trolley and a coffee and you will be replete. The wine, New World and South African and a pleasant St. Emillion is well priced and very drinkable and there is a good gluggable housed wine.

What can I say? Eating there is a wonderful experience. Go on. Treat yourself to a little Turksih Delight.
Denise, Hazel Grove, says....
Went for my sisters birthday last night, as always food fantastic, light and full of flavour, service second to none. As a surprise a very large plate of beautifully presented fruit was brought to the table with candles on, a light and refreshing dessert. Top class all round.
Sam, Stockport, says....
This restaurant doesn't look much from the outside but it's nice and relaxing inside. The staff are dead friendly and can't do enough for you. The food is amazing - I'm tempted to order the same all the time as I love it so much but there is so much to choose from. 10/10 for this fab restaurant!
Geoff, Cheadle Hulme, says....
On a bend of the A6, almost opposite the 3 Tunnes pub in Hazel Grove, this restaurant is a little gem. It has a wonderful mix of Turkish/Mediterranean food, perfectly cooked and beautifully presented. The owner Mr.Kaya is a friendly attentive host to whom nothing is too much trouble. Highly recommended and a return visit is beckoning!
Tina, Hazel Grove, says....
I agree with the last reviewer - it doesn't look much from the outside but once inside you forget you are in Hazel Grove! The food is amazing and the gentleman who takes your order is lovely. Compliments to the chef for such tasty food...think we have worked through all the menu now - took some friends and they are converted too.... New Diners should definitely give it a go - you won't regret it.
Tara, Stockport, says....
My boyfriend had been told that this restaurant was well worth a visit and we are glad we did. We drive past the A6 Hazel Grove where it is situated quite regularly and have never noticed it! The Food is very tasty and each dish is prepared with a lot of attention to detail. We ordered a few starters of spicy sausage, calamares and garlic bread which was all polished off nicely. The mains of Chicken Saslik and Pepper Steak were very substantial and good value for money. When we asked for a dessert menu, the waiter brought us a plate of every dessert they had, which was quite funny instead of an actual menu... The service was fantastic and we are definitely intending another visit very soon!!!

Would absolutely recommend this very unassuming restaurant!!
Danielle, New Mills, says....
This is an absolutely fabulous place. I have never had a bad meal here. The food is always cooked to perfection and is piping hot and the meat is always so tender. The staff are so friendly and can't do enough for you. A thoroughly good dining experience!
Sue, Great Moor, says....
This restaurant is a delight to go to. The staff are friendly and attentive and the food is amazing and excellent value for money. We go at least once a week!
Bev, Romiley, says....
AMAZING!!! A must for everyone!
Chris, Hazel Grove, says....
Great place to eat. Have eaten there 5/6 times in last few months and take the kids. Staff are very friendly and service is excellent.