When I first moved to the South East I wasn't familiar with my surroundings. In need of some food after a difficult day at work, my housemate told me about a Turkish restaurant in the town closest to us: Havet in Bromley.
We requested that our starter was served with our main, so our waiter brought our thick slices of halloumi in between our dishes. It was perfectly cooked and thankfully, not too salty. I've tried saltier halloumi, which puts me off, but this was perfect.
I'd never been to Havet before - and I was pretty hungry - so I ordered a lot. Havet works in a similar way to Nando's. I ordered two meat options and two sides - one bowl of rice and one of steamed vegetables.
When the food came I realised where I'd made my error. My plate was filled with two lamb kebabs and a large chicken skewer. The meat was delicious and seasoned in traditional Turkish spices. My lamb was a slightly spicy, cinnamon and herb blend, whilst the chicken was infused with lemon and salt flavours.
The inside space is light, airy and fresh. Light floods the room and there are booths for large groups or families. We were served relatively quickly and considering how busy it was, it wasn't horribly noisy. I'd definitely recommend dining here with friends.
As you can see by the images, the portions are generous and they don't scrimp on flavour either.