In a highly competitive field of contenders, Melissa restaurant in Edgware emerged victorious at the TURTA awards, securing the award for ‘Best Turkish Restaurant in North and West London.’
The announcement was made at the exclusive ceremony held at Park Lane Sheraton Hotel, where influential figures from various sectors gathered to acknowledge the culinary excellence of Turkish restaurants in the UK.
Melissa, located on Whitchurch Lane, Edgware, showcased its culinary prowess and dedication to authenticity, earning recognition from the distinguished panel of judges, including Baroness Meral Hussein Ece, Paymentapp CEO Cenap Kaygusuz, and Interior Designer Muhammet Akdere.
The restaurant’s win highlights its contribution to the local dining scene, offering a delightful blend of flavours that have resonated with the community.
Melissa Restaurant owner Cetin Kaygusuz
Notably, Melissa’s achievement is not limited to Edgware; the restaurant also opened in Harrow Town Centre, operating as a sister branch that complements its commitment to delivering an exceptional dining experience, certainly worth checking out next time you’re near Station Road.
The TURTA awards ceremony, attended by notable personalities like Lord Karan Bilimoria, Md Lutfur Rahman, and Members of Parliament Kate Osborne and Rebecca Harris, celebrated the diverse Turkish food landscape in the UK.
Melissa’s success underscores its dedication to quality and innovation, making it a standout choice for foodies in Edgware and beyond.