THE 1901 TURKEY CAFÉ GOES GASTRO GOURMET
A firm favourite of the SIXTNINE degrees team, this beautiful Grade II listed building is worth a visit to admire its stunning architecture and original features alone. Designed by local architect Arthur Wakerley in 1901 with the inspiration from Turkish design, The 1901 – Turkey Café has always been a venue in Leicester to enjoy fine food and drink and that is still the case today.
Celebrating a storming first year and now branching out in to gastro food there in no better location to relax and unwind with a fresh cocktail and some great homemade food. With a brand new food menu boasting a host of delights, from the hugely popular Garbage Fries (an inspiration from Las Vegas) to Hand Stretched Pizzas, there really is something to tantalize everyone’s taste buds.
Open from midday Tuesday – Saturday and with a late license at weekends it is the perfect city Centre location, complete with great range of afternoon teas. Whether you are in the mood for a simple Cream Tea or you want to add some bubbles or a Cocktail, the choice is all yours.
Keep your eyes peeled for some incredible new cocktails they are launching. We have had a sneaky taste and they are amazing.
1901 – The Turkey Café, 24 Granby St, Leicester LE1 1DE 0116 319 5449 Search 1901 TurkeyCafe on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.