Bahce Turkish Restaurant G/F 19 Mui Wo Centre 3 Ngan Wan Road Mui Wo, Lantau Tel 2984 0222 Grub: Turkish and Mediterranean. The menu includes a lot of snacks, or mezze, both hot and cold, kebabs, Turkish stew and grilled chicken. There are plenty of vegetarian dishes. Vibe: Bright and laidback with friendly staff. Colourful carpets and climbing plants decorate the walls. The seats are wooden and hard but there are plenty of cushions. Who to bring: The hiking party. This place is quite close to the ferry pier and makes a great stop after a day's hiking on Lantau. What's hot: Mezze are common in all Middle Eastern cuisines. They are small dishes which can be enjoyed as snacks on their own or as starters. There's a good selection of hot and cold varieties on the menu. Popular ones include hummus, a chick pea dip served with pitta bread, and dolma, which are vine leaves stuffed with herbed rice, pine nuts and raisins. A particularly intriguing one is My Father's Eggplant Recipe, pureed eggplant and green vegetables served with pitta bread. You can rest assured that neither Cigarette Borek or Turkish Cigars contain any tobacco at all. In fact they are more like spring rolls. The former contain homemade feta cheese and parsley and are served with a mild tomato and chilli dip. The latter are stuffed with minced lamb and pine nuts and served with a mint yoghurt dip. As for main courses, there is moussaka and Turkish stew, but it's the kebabs that are a little bit special. There is a choice of lamb, chicken, beef, fish or vegetable. Each one is served with a skewer of vegetables and a choice of hummus, babaganoush or my father's eggplant recipe. You also get a choice of pitta bread or Turkish pillau rice. Extra skewers can be ordered according to the size and appetite of your group. But they are quite big, so if there are only two of you, you might mix things up with some mezze or perhaps a Greek salad which is available in two sizes. For those on the go, sandwiches and wraps are available. The menu also boasts a small selection of Western dishes such as fish and chips and fried chicken wings. What's not: The main course took quite a long time to prepare. This wasn't a problem since there was plenty of time to spare, but it's good to know of this possibility in advance so you don't start thinking that you've been forgotten. Cost: Mezze are from HK$38-HK$62. Kebabs and other main courses are around HK$90-HK$120. Cold drinks start at around HK$25, Turkish herbal teas and coffee are HK$28-HK35.