A new Turkish steak house is set to open in Liverpool city centre once lockdown eases.
Etci Mehmet, which has restaurants in Manchester, Turkey, Beirut and more, is heading to Bold Street on May 17, which is the date set by the government for bars and restaurants to open indoors and outdoors.
The restaurant specialises in meat which has been dry-aged for a minimum of 28 days and finished on its charcoal grill to provide a full, intensive flavour profile.
Etci Mehmet also serves up speciality steaks, including the Special Fillet Mignon and the Etci Special Fillet Mignon, in 250g, 500g and 1kg servings, which are prepared tableside with live flambe demonstrations.
The Bold Street site will feature unique decor, with a modern, rustic feel which aims to celebrate the brands passion for steaks and outstanding service.
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Etci Mehmet’s founder, Mustafa Dag, fell in love with Liverpool back in 2005, after attending the European Cup final in Istanbul and spending time with LFC fans.
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Mustafa has decided the time is right to bring the unique and exciting experience of Etci Mehmet to Liverpool.