Kelle Pacha Soup


Beef Tongue, Beef Meat, Garlic
Served with Bread


Kella Pacha is a traditional Turkish dish made from boiled sheep’s head and feet. It is a hearty and flavorful dish that is often enjoyed as a special treat or during the winter months. The name “Kelle Paça” in Turkish, referring to the main ingredients used in the dish.

To prepare Turkish Kelle Pacha, the sheep’s head and feet are thoroughly cleaned and then boiled for several hours until the meat becomes tender and the collegen in the feet breaks down, resulting in a rich and gelatinous broth.

It is believed to have originated from Central Asia and has been a part of Turkish cuisine for centuries