Hidden away in a courtyard, Gül offers contemporary Turkish cuisine that's far beyond standard kebabs. The locale with its greyish wooden stools and tables is simple and plain, yet big bunches of peppers and garlic bulbs in the corner add a little colour for contrast. The lentil soup we had as a starter was slightly hot and had a perfectly firm texture, which we enjoyed. The same can be said of the of the pide (Turkish pizza) topped with cheese, mushrooms, fresh herbs and an egg baked in a wood-fired oven. There are also Turkish dumplings and sharing plates such as the chicken külbasti (with parsley, sumac & onion salad) and ali nazik (organic lamb on eggplant and yogurt) on offer. The service was genuinely friendly and we'll definitely stop by again.