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Reviews Podium Mozaïek

8.3/10
Very good
based on 141 reviews
Only customers who have dined at the restaurant after booking on TheFork can leave a review.
  1. Suzie b.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    It was super delicious well prepared and fresh. We sat outside it was super weather. Go for it! Food allergies are taken into consideration. Staff are very attentive even though busy.

  2. Rron N.
    • one review
    7.5/10

    Good food, waitress was nice! We sat outside but it was very windy. Nothing Podium Mozaïek can do about that though ;)

  3. Lieschen H.
    • 14 reviews
    7/10

    Arty venue, good food and wine, good service, we were surprised by a music and dance happening - they tried to kick us out but we stayed and enjoyed the music and a dance or two. The crowd was cliquey and not seemingly open to strangers.

  4. Elsa B.
    • 38 reviews
    8/10

    Good value. Enjoyed our meal and the service was friendly. We asked for a change in the vegetables with the main course and they accommodated us. The moussaka was more like sheperd's pie but tasty nonetheless. Everything in fact was delicious. Only real downside was the long waiting time.

  5. Paola T.
    • one review
    6/10

    Not much of a difference between single/double portion Turkish breakfast if not the almost double price.

  6. Sara g.
    • 3 reviews
    10/10

    Great environment! Ideal to visit with kids! The Turkish breakfast is delicious. The only improvement area is the speed of serving.

  7. Ömer Y.
    • 3 reviews
    5/10

    Food is okay, but the service is slow and inefficient. Even though the restaurant wasn't full at all and they did not seem understaffed, it took 20 minutes to just get a menu.

  8. - -.
    • one review
    9.5/10

    Excellent service by the charming Joshua, with some very good made on premises food. But what really is just marvelous is the menu and the tantalizing taste sensations of the meals, it's fresh and good. Also there is a nice mix of Turkish influenced and Western tradition meals which all go very well with the wide choice of wines, beers and spirits. The tables are a good size and the seating very comfortable. There's a great mix from wooden floors with busy walls, set within an old church or mosque building now utilized a a theater and this great café and restaurant with a warm atmosphere. There is plenty of room inside with choice of lounges and different tables, and a huge terrace area on those lovely warmer days. They do a great set price Turkish breakfast here in the morning, it is busy as this is the in and happening place. Very good.