I was astonished when I came to know that Sutis had just made recently a soft opening for their branch in Sharjah inside the Al Majaz Waterfront. Like the way people come and go eating while we were there I was thinking that it’s been there for a long time already. I learned that it has been opened roughly around 45 days as the Supervisor, Mr. Akin told me.
Sutis is a Turkish restaurant and it’s the first restaurant I have done a review exclusively in Sharjah. It’s facing the corniche area and pretty nearby the Fountain show. If you prefer dining outside they have a spacious area there as well. It opens 8am-12mn weekdays & 8am-1am weekends.
Inside, it’s a serenity atmosphere that you’ll feel. I, myself felt like dining in a restaurant inside a 5 star hotel. Beautiful painting on the wall and some breads on display. The ceiling’s design is quite fancy too with a simple but rocking chandeliers.
Now the festivities started! Food came in a parade. Fresh Turkish bread, Lahmacun with fresh Kashar (a sort of a pizza style on a thin crust with veil mince and herbs), the well-known Cesar Salad, Kebab with Pistachio, Iskender Kebab ( it’s a Shawarma served on the bed of cube cut Turkish pita, crowned with tomato sauce and butter, with a homemade yoghurt on the side and grilled tomato and green pepper for finishing touch). For some refreshment, I had a fresh pomegranate juice.
All these dishes were fabulous! It’s indescribable of goodness in taste is overflowing in each of them. It’s sensational and I hope it will be consistent. That’s why I went to look for the Head Chef.
Chef Mevlut Cetin with his big smile on the face, gave me the privilege to take his photo. I’m head over heels with his food. Sutis found a perfect chef and I hope they will have the same one on their upcoming new branches in Dubai and Abudhabi soon. This is the great news that I got when I was there. Fantastic isn’t it? I came all the way from Abudhabi to grab a taste of this. Next time it will be around my neighborhood only!
I ended up my dinner with a Turkish tea. It was served on a very fragile thin glass on a stylish saucer. It helped a lot with the digestion process. After winding up and had enough of looking at their elegant restaurant, it was time for us to go and bid a farewell.
It’s a must try and it will be something that you’ll be missing as a foodie if you will not come and visit them. Highly recommended place, open for families and gatherings. Staffs are extremely great! Professional and friendly at the same time. Stalk them on Facebook and Instagram for some amazing food inspiration, promotions and competitions. You can find more reviews of them in Zomato too! Yalla habibi, enjoy!