Win a Brand new 43'' Full HD Smart TV
Pasha on Buckingham Road, located not too far from Bletchley Park, are the leaders of exquisite Turkish and Mediterranean Cuisine in Milton Keynes. Locals have been enjoying the Turkish grill since its launch last year. The food served from kitchen to table is all prepared on site, with the meats so tender and succulent on the inside. No ovens, pots or pans. Just teasing flames from the grill and the best ingredients. It’s THE perfect cuisine for the summer.
The NEW MENU has even more options with all the food prepared in an authentic Turkish way as well as couple with a twist like the Halloumi Fries.
To celebrate the new menu and the world cup, Pasha are giving you the opportunity to win a Toshiba 43'' Full HD Smart TV and the cost of your meal back. That’s a winning combination!
You can enter in 3 ways (no purchase required):
1- Book a table and dine in, every diner has the chance to enter the draw
2 - Order a takeaway and be given one slip to be entered into the draw
3 - Call into Pasha and "Check In" on Facebook in order to receive a raffle into the draw (no purchase necessary)
Parking is available at the rear of Pasha Turkish Bar and Grill.
You must enter in person at Pasha during usual opening hours at 16 Buckingham Rd, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK3 5HL
Opening hours and directions can be found on the website
The competition is open from Friday 8th of June until Thursday 12th of July.
The winner will be picked on Saturday 14th of July and the winner will be able to collect their new Toshiba TV in time to watch the World Cup Final on Sunday 15th of July.
This competition is run by Pasha Turkish Restaurant and not MKFM. All enquires must be made to Pasha directly by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms and Conditions apply including management have the right to withdraw this competition at any time. No cash alternative will be offered.
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