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The Turkish word ‘goz’, short for gozleme, refers to a pocket of dough in which toppings are sealed and cooked. Simple enough. Yet the good folks at Goz City in Little Collins Street have managed to modernise the simple little Turkish dish, and in doing so have created a contemporary specialty restaurant that puts an exciting twist on old Turkish traditions.

It’s the flavours that are on show here, with choices such as Moroccan lamb with mint yoghurt, roasted beetroot with goat’s cheese and toasted sesame or the old reliable cheese and spinach. They’ve even made the ‘Ryan Goz-ling’ packed with dark chocolate, strawberries and walnuts – a hot pocket in whose grill we want to get all up in. Goz City is open now. Hop to it, CBD seekers of cheap lunch.

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Goz City details

502 Lt Collins St, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9041 5667

Nearby Stations: Flinders Street

Price per person including drinks up to $20.00

Open Mon-Fri 7.30am-4pm

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