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Turkish Restaurant Singapore

Best Turkish Restaurant Singapore
Best Turkish Restaurant Singapore

With many different types of cuisines, Singapore is one of the countries with the most diverse food culture.

There are many places to go in order to find the perfect food but authentic Turkish cuisine is one of the most popular types of food in this city-state.

One can find them in almost every corner of the city-state. You can enjoy different types of food there and satisfy your palate.

One of the most interesting things about Turkish food is that it is formed of many different cultures’ main cuisines.

For example, they use Arabic, Persian, Ottoman, Balkan and Turkic cuisines to create their amazing food.

It is more flavourful than other types of food.

In this post, we’ll list down the best Turkish Restaurants in Singapore for 2024 that serves some of the most delicious Turkish dishes!

Key Considerations Factors

  • Location: With regards to food, the physical location is important. Choose a restaurant that is accessible and easily available. Think about the logistics of transportation and its proximity to your home or office.
  • Menu Options: Find a restaurant with a long menu of many different dishes from all over Turkey with the best restaurants having both traditional delicious Turkish cuisine and new dishes from old classics.
  • Atmosphere: Restaurants are places to eat but they are also places that we go to spend time with others. Always choose a restaurant with people you like and appreciate a welcoming atmosphere where you are able to make yourself comfortable (eg, places to sit). A good atmosphere can make all the difference to your actual dining experience and subsequently to everyone having a good time.
  • Service: When you want to go to a Turkish restaurant, make sure that the staff speaks with tourists and is very informed about the food. At the same time, the staff should be friendly and helpful while you’re eating. When you go to a restaurant, you want to see policies and services that are customer-oriented, like loyalty cards or special dishes of the day.
  • Price Range: Check if there is variation in the prices of different restaurants, and pick up the one that best fits your budget, which serves good food at a reasonable price. You have to factor in the difference that could be accumulated through various taxes and delivery charges to calculate the final price you end up paying for your meal.

Best Turkish Restaurant in Singapore

1. Arkadas Cafe

(Credit: Arkadas Cafe)
(Credit: Arkadas Cafe)
Key ServicesTurkish Cuisine
Website https://www.facebook.com/ArkadasCafeSG/
Address1 Fusionopolis View, #01-02, Sandcrawler, Singapore 138577
Phone+65 6466 9918
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 11am – 10pm

With a comprehensive menu geared to suit every meal of the day, this trendy café will transports you to similar places all across Turkey’s metropolises. With this all-inclusive experience, replenish your hunger and spiritual energies, and take a refreshing actual Turkish tea break as a reward.

With a full menu serving all meals of the day, this trendy cafe will make you feel like you’re actually n Turkey.

Replenish your hunger, refuel your souls and experience a real Turkish tea break!

Client Testimonial:

Decided to skip normal western cafes brunches and take a chance on something different. So glad we did and no regrets AT ALL. The food was scrumptious to every last bite and service was great! We thought we’d be too full to finish as the portions are quite big but it was so good it was finished before realizing. Special mention to the lamb sis kebab (have you ever tried lamb melting in your mouth?) and kunefe which was a real slice from heaven (I kid you not). Loved every bite. Thanks for the wonderful experience!

Fredrinne Loo

2. The Mediterranean Deli Turk

(Credit: The Mediterranean Deli Turk)
(Credit: The Mediterranean Deli Turk)
Key ServicesTurkish Cuisine, Baked Meat Dishes, Mediterranean seafood
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/themediterraneandeliturk/
Address34B Lorong Mambong Holland Village, Singapore 277691
Phone+65 6592 0295
Emailsarilmis_akpinar@yahoo.com
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 11am – 10.30pm

Here, you can experience the best of Turkish cuisine and hospitality.

The menu features delicious grills, baked meats and seafood from the Mediterranean, enough to tantalise your taste buds.

And if that isn’t enough – the employees here are happy to educate you on the history of various meal offerings as well.

This gem is definitely one of the best Turkish restaurants in Singapore.

Client Testimonial:

Boss Alihan is a great friendly guy who will recommend and explain the menu items. Chef is wicked good. You have to order the ‘Slice of Heaven’.

Yong Liang Teh

3. Alaturka Mediterranean & Turkish Restaurant

(Credit: Alaturka Mediterranean & Turkish Restaurant)
(Credit: Alaturka Mediterranean & Turkish Restaurant)
Key ServicesMediterranean cuisine
Websitehttps://www.alaturka.com.sg/
Address15 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199436
Phone+65 6294 0304 , +65 9434 6026
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 11:30am – 10:30pm

When in Singapore, lovers of Mediterranean cuisine should not miss this restaurant situated in the Middle Eastern cultural zone of Singapore to enjoy traditional Turkish and Mediterranean cuisines with a twist.

Client Testimonial:

Great food and attentive service. Lamb moussaka as recommended was really good paired with butter rice. Chicken kebab is okay not bad. Kunefe is highly recommended, will come back again because of it. Iced turkish apple tea was refreshing. It is advisable to make a reservation though and request to be seated inside to avoid any disappointment.

J H

4. Turkish Lezzet House

(Credit: Turkish Lezzet House)
(Credit: Turkish Lezzet House)
Key ServicesTurkish Cuisine
Websitehttps://turkishlezzethouse.com/
Address3 Temasek Boulevard #B1-105 Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
Phone+65 9296 5026
Emailturkish_lezzet_house@yahoo.com
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 11am – 10pm

This restaurant is known for the addictive quality of its food, which does have customers returning again and again.

Its kebab is equivalent to going to an old-school dive bar in Manhattan – accessible, cheap, unpretentious, and in an odd way delicious.

The decor reminds you of kebab shops outside the Grand Bazaar: there’s a no-frills quality, and the food is, in the best sense of the word, basic.

Nowhere else in town can you have a more true-to-form Turkish dining experience.

Client Testimonial:

Loyal regular at this place. Always very satisfied with the quality and serving size. I tend to just go for their chicken kebab then go with rice.

The photo is their Iskender, very yummy.

Jie Bo Ti

5. Donergy ‘Turkish Kebab’

(Credit: Donergy ‘Turkish Kebab’)
(Credit: Donergy ‘Turkish Kebab’)
Key ServicesKebab, Pide
Websitehttps://www.donergy.sg/
Address9 Raffles Blvd, #01-90 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Phone+65 9655 5061
Emaildonergy.millenia@gmail.com
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 10am – 9.30pm

If there is one thing most important in Turkish food, it has to be pides and kebabs.

Indulge in Donergy’s finest offerings, wash it all down with Turkish tea or, if you have a sweet tooth, fresh Ayran.

Client Testimonial:

LOVE the tasty food here! Highly recommend the mushroom pide, kebab with chips, and hummus. The price is slightly above average but the food is totally worth it. come with a few friends so that you can share and try a couple of dishes. Their portion is very generous and they have great service too. I’ll definitely be back

Eunice Hannah Lim

6. Ayasofya Turkish Restaurant

(Credit: Ayasofya Turkish Restaurant)
(Credit: Ayasofya Turkish Restaurant)
Key ServicesMediterranean cuisine
Address9 Raffles Blvd, #01-90 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Phone+65 6298 0113
Emailcontact@ayasofyarestaurant.com.sg
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 11am – 11pm

This restaurant serves a wide range of dishes that are inspired by the rich culinary traditions of Turkey, from delicious kebabs to baklavas and everything in between.

With a veritable melting-pot of influences from across the Mediterranean, there is certain to be something everyone can enjoy here.

Client Testimonial:

Best Turkish kebab , great service , great experience, staff very helpful Nd so nice , chesee pide very soft , lamb chop very tender, Baklava not to sweet sure we be back again

esao

7. Pasha Turkish Restaurant

(Credit: Pasha Turkish Restaurant)
(Credit: Pasha Turkish Restaurant)
Key ServicesTurkish Pasha
Websitehttp://pashamezzagrillrestaurant.com/
Address14 Haji Lane, Singapore 189204
Phone+65 9238 7075
Emailinfo@pasha-sg.com
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 11am – 11pm

If you enjoy Turkish culture, this restaurant is a must-see. Feel like a real Turkish Pasha while dining at this restaurant, which offers big portions for individuals and group eating as well as exceptional service.

You will enjoy here this restaurant if you are a lover of Turkish culture.

You’ll feel that you are living here like a real Turkish Pasha and get your order as a big partition for yourself, or for group sharing.

The good service is to be commended as well.

Client Testimonial:

Food is superb! Lamb Mandi and the dish with eggplant was so good. I can say it is one of the best Turkish food places in Singapore. I will recommend anyone here 🙂

The WisePlant

8. Atas Turkish Kebab

(Credit: Atas Turkish Kebab)
(Credit: Atas Turkish Kebab)
Key ServicesKebab, Turkish Cuisine
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/AtasTurkishkebab/
Address190 Middle Rd, Singapore 188979
Phone+65 8138 6491
Emaillovina_88@hotmail.com
Operating HoursMonday10am – 2am Tuesday – Sunday 10.30am – 2am

Do not be deceived by the takeaway’s humble features.

There is a reason the restaurant is swarming with regulars, regardless of what you’re in the mood for – or what the occasion calls for – and that is because here you can get some of the best kebabs around.

Client Testimonial:

Highly recommend!!! Generous portion!! Ladies can share 1 portion. For guy 1 portion is very filling le!! Recommended to go for the mixed.. mixed kebab (chicken and beef) and mixed butter rice! This guy is very friendly.. understand that they serve till very late. Great place for dinner and supper!! Surely will come back again.

Elaina Poh

9. Sultan Turkish Restaurant

(Credit: Sultan Turkish Restaurant)
(Credit: Sultan Turkish Restaurant)
Key ServicesTraditional Turkish Dishes
Websitehttps://sultanrestaurant.com.sg/
Address30 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199448
Phone+65 6291 7484
Emailhello@sultanrestaurant.com.sg
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday 10.30am – 10.30pm

Sultan Turkish Restaurant is an awesome place to go for cheap but delicious Turkish food with a team of three specialist Turkish Chefs that bring you a memorable dining experience and pride in using only the freshest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques to create dishes.

Sultan Restaurant serves you like a king with excitingly innovative modern Turkish cooking and portions that royally fill you.

The name indicates that this restaurant serves you with royally excellent Ottoman heritage.

Client Testimonial:

Cravings were perfectly satisfied and had a good time!! Portion was fantastic Perfect food at perfect place with absolute perfect staff named Mustafa. He was attentive, responsive and always with a warm smile on his face to greet everyone! Got the drinks served fast and food served accordingly from our appetizer all the way to dessert. What a wonderful engagement with the staff and we’ll definitely be back again with more friends!!

Serena Lee Suet Ming

10. Kebabwala

(Credit: Kebabwala)
(Credit: Kebabwala)
Key ServicesTurkish Cuisine
Websitehttps://www.kebabwala.com.sg/
Address17 Petir Road, Hillion Mall, #B2-18, Singapore 678278
Phone+65 8201 9010
Operating HoursThursday 10am – 10pm Friday 11.30am – 10pm Saturday – Sunday 11am – 10pm

What Turkish dishes do is make you think about the natural world; they play up the qualities of their ingredients to tease out the best possible gastronomic experience.

Kebabwala guarantees this across the board, whether it’s a tough cut of meat or a plate of vegetables. Regardless of what you like to eat — carnivore, vegetarian, pescetarian, or vegan — you’re not getting a hybrid experience that’s neither quite one nor the other.

Client Testimonial:

Flavourful chicken with various spices in it. Really soft and tender! Especially love the sauce in red. Tomato bits with spiciness in it.

Averie You

11. Tabbouleh

(Credit: Tabbouleh)
(Credit: Tabbouleh)
Key ServicesLebanese cuisine, Hummus, Lamb Mandi, Samak Maki, Kebab
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/Tabboulehrestaurant41/?ref=page_internal
Address41 Arab St, Singapore 199740
Phone6292 5235
Operating Hours11 am to 11pm

Tabbouleh is a Lebanese restaurant in Arab Street.

They have a lovely $99 Mixed Grill Platter and other fabulous Middle Eastern meals.

Lamb Mandi (lamb marinated with parsley onion and seven Lebanese spices, grilled vegetables and fragrant rice) is a best seller.

Client Testimonial:

Very authentic Lebanese cuisine and delicious too. Nice atmosphere with middle eastern music. Recommended to try the mix grill and the desserts platter.

stormy stormy

12. Stuff’d

(Credit: Stuff’d)
(Credit: Stuff’d)
Key ServicesKebab, burrito, tacos, quesadilla, daily bowl
Websitehttp://stuffed.com.sg/
AddressBugis Junction, #B1-K07, 200 Victoria St, Singapore 188021
Phone65 6557 6557
Operating Hours10.30am to 9pm

Stuff’d – a chain of 19 fast casual takeaway restaurants in Singapore – specialises in healthy fresh kebabs, burritos, quesadillas, and daily signature bowls.

It was set up by its CEO Adrian Ang with the expressed intention of being a healthier alternative.

They have become the quick service restaurants with the largest burrito and kebab chain in the country.

Client Testimonial:

Fantastic service.Super delicious. The Chicken were perfectly cooked.Worth the wait, my first time buying, i love the team members and they were also friendly and professional. This location at Stuff’d Sunplaza is the best.

Yvonne Huang 

13. Turkish Kebab House [CLOSED]

(Credit: Turkish Kebab House)
(Credit: Turkish Kebab House)
Key ServicesPide, pita, kebab, baklava, kunefe

You can also buy real, tasty, kebab in the Turkish Kebab House at Northpoint – they have freshly baked bread, and they cook them traditionally.

Falafel is vegetarian food, it consists of mashed chickpeas and broad beans. It is a fried pastry. The main dishes are pide, pita, kebab and wraps.

Client Testimonial:

Awesome shop. Friendly owner. Had nice chat fir a while. Food doesn’t taste exactly like in Turkey. But close enough. Portion is big. Pricing a little bit on the high side. Definitely returning for other menu.

Muhammad Syahrul

14. Shabestan Singapore

(Credit: Shabestan Singapore)
(Credit: Shabestan Singapore)
Key ServicesLamb wrap, salad, meatballs, kebabs, Mezzeh
Websitehttps://www.shabestan.sg/
Address80 Mohamed Sultan Rd, #01-13, Singapore 239013
Phone6836 1270
Operating Hours12pm to 10pm

If you want to experience a good Persian restaurant, visit this place on Mohammed Sultan Road. The minced chicken kebabs are famous, as is the service.

Delicious Persian food is served in a luxurious setting with an intimate, warm atmosphere. Meatballs from the Mezzeh are delicious.

There are also views of the quayside, with indoor seating and outdoor seating available.

Client Testimonial:

Hands down the best grilled chicken (as seen below) I have ever had. Very balanced seasoning, chicken was tender, and complemented by the dill and saffron rice. Staff are friendly and engaging, and know the menu well. We also tried the fresh bread with the yoghurt dips which were refreshing. Will definitely be back.

Joshua Chow

15. Deliz Cafe

(Credit: Deliz Cafe)
(Credit: Deliz Cafe)
Key ServicesKebab, burrito, quesadilla, tortilla, falafel
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/Deliz-cafe-112556326754762/
AddressDjitsun Mall Bedok, #01-05/06, Singapore 469661
Phone6957 0521
Operating Hours8am to 10pm

Deliz Café in Bedok North serves real Turkish food, such as falafel, Arabic salad, hummus, beef kebab, chicken kebab, beef burrito, chicken burrito, beef quesadilla, chicken quesadilla, beef bowl soup, and more.

The cafe is very welcoming and their staff are extremely friendly.

Client Testimonial:

THE BEST EVER Quesadilla! Period! Go try! I’m going again for 2nd round today .

Sarina R

16. Dewish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant

(Credit: Dewish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant)
(Credit: Dewish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant)
Key ServicesHummus, falafel, kebab, kofte, baklava
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/derwishturkishsg/
Address60 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199476
Phone6298 8986 / 9119 6032
Operating Hours11am to 11pm

Dewish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant Singapore is a gorgeous Turkish restaurant which provides halal food.

Located in Kampong Glam Singapore, this stylish restaurant is worth visiting with your loved ones if you are a foodie who loves delicious food with lots of taste.

They serve everything from Turkish pide with different toppings to Halal charcoal grill meat, as well as kebab and fresh seafood.

Client Testimonial:

A little Turkish hidden gem in Bussorah street that really reminded me of my travel in Turkey. Rustic but absolutely Instagram worthy backdrops make great pictures for the gram. I enjoyed most of the dishes but the Baklava with Mint Tea stood out the most for me.

Gursheel Dhillon

17. Istanblue

(Credit: Istanblue)
(Credit: Istanblue)
Key ServicesHummus, falafel,pita,kebab, pide
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/IstanBlueSG/
Address17 Baghdad St, Singapore 199656
Phone6592 3385
Operating Hours11am to 9.30pm

IstanBlue is a Turkish resturant that is located in Singapore.

They offer a variety of foods cooked in open fire and the way they serve their food is traditional.

One of the best on the IstanBlue menu is the IstanBlue Special Meze plates and Shiz Kebab Mezze , and one of the specials is Turkish borek and cheese and herb-stuffed filo pastry.

Client Testimonial:

Really enjoyed my time there! I especially enjoyed the hummus, which was a more muted version compared to hummus from other places – the chickpea taste was still rly strong though, but I think they added less spices/lemon juice

Chicken was also super well cooked – thoroughly cooked yet still so tender and juicy! I also appreciated how I could taste the gamey lamb taste of the lamb meat, which tends to be overpowered by the spices used to cook it

Kunefe is a MUST TRY – it has a crispy buttery exterior, complemented by a sweet cheesy centre. Loved it so much!! Should definitely order it to share though, it’ll get too sweet and heavy if you were to finish it yourself

Lynn wee

18. Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant

(Credit: Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant)
(Credit: Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant)
Key ServicesKebab, hummus, lamb, baclava, kunefe
Websitehttp://sofra.sg/
Address02,Shaw Tower 100 Beach Road 42/44 Shaw Leisure Gallery, 189702
Phone6291 1433
Operating Hours10 am to 11pm

Sofrà (Turkish for dining table) in Beach Road has traditional Turkish and Mediterranean food. It is in a rustic and informal homely kind of setting.

There are trinkets and art feeling on every surface. Turkish food has a generosity of flavour.

The Turkish cooks are very generous with their flavours, spices and seasoning. There is something to suit all sensitivities.

The kebab flavour is memorable, as well as the salad and lamb, hummus and lentil soup, grape leaf roll, baclava, kunefe, stuffed fig, and there is the rice pudding too.

Client Testimonial:

Self-help ordering systems. Easy to use. The pictures look great while the food item names and descriptions are a challenge for those who have never had Turkish cuisine.

Muso Lee

19. House of Kebab

(Credit: House of Kebab)
(Credit: House of Kebab)
Key Services Moutabal, mezzeh, lamb, hummus, tabbouleh
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/HouseOfKebabSingapore/
Address21 Arab St, Singapore 199844
Phone6396 5302
Operating Hours10am to 1 am

House of Kebab’s moutabal (mashed eggplant, yoghurt, tahini, garlic and lemon juice, formed into a ball) platters include a mezzeh platter of middle eastern vegetarian dishes; hummus lamb, hummus chicken, fattoush, chick peas and grape leaves.

Client Testimonial:

Honestly one of the best lamb hummus I’ve ever had!! The lamb was SPOT ON! Portions generous!!! Incredible place. Will visit again! Service was stellar and the Knaffeh was fantastic. I honestly have nothing bad to say about this place!!! MUST VISIT!!!

Eliav Tehillah

20. Kebab Station

(Credit: Kebab Station)
(Credit: Kebab Station)
Key ServicesKebab, kofte, mussaka, shish kebab, lamb
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/kebabstation.sg/
Address920 #01-02 ECP, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875
Phone9697 8227
Operating Hours11 am to 9.45pm

The meat which is used in kebabs is chicken lamb or beef.

The kebabs are served in three flavours: Chicken flavour, lamb flavour and beef flavour.

Here, The dish is served with rolls, shish, baked rice or even pizza. The dish has light fragrance and taste. The mousakka is indeed delicious.

Client Testimonial:

This place deserves nothing below 5 – the food here is bl**dy amazing!!!!! We really enjoyed ourselves, every dish was so fresh and AUTHENTIC (both chefs are Turkish men) ! It’s even better than some of the food I had in turkey. Plates completely wiped clean. If you wanna impress someone with Turkish food , bring them here.

N T

Turkish Restaurant Singapore

If you’re looking for tasty and underrated Turkish meals, then this list is for you.

We’ve compiled the best restaurants in Singapore to enjoy traditional turkish cuisine or modern Turkish food.

Whether it’s a romantic home date or a night out in the city, we have places you will never forget.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have any questions about Turkish Restaurants in Singapore, you can refer to the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the best Turkish Restaurants in Singapore below:

What type of Turkish cuisine can I find in Singapore?

There are a lot of choices among traditional and modern Turkish restaurants.

These restaurants serve fresh ingredients and delicious Turkish traditional, like kebab, beef pork noodle, moutabal, mezzeh platters, kofte, musakka, shish kebab, succulent kebabs, and many more.

There are also some restaurants with Japanese Turkish food, pizza also is a dish served by restaurants, as well as desserts such as baclava and kunefe.

They also have food deals or promotions available.

Are there any vegetarian options available in Turkish restaurants in Singapore?

Yes!

As a vegetarian, you can enjoy many vegetarian Singapore Turkish food such as hummus or tabbouleh in some of the best Turkish restaurants in Singapore.

What are the specialty dishes at Kebab Station that make it stand out from other places?

They also have Turkish food with classic dishes like tasty kebabs with chicken, lamb or beef and mostly hummus, chicken fattoush, with chickpea rolls, pita bread, shish, Turkish pizza, Sultan Kebab, Grilled meats, Turkish ice cream, mandi rice, and many more.

They also have the yummy musakka gravy.

Is House of Kebab Halal-certified?

Yes, House of Kebab is Halal Certified based on the strictest rules and regulations of the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS)and prepared by the best and genuine Turkish chefs available.

All ingredients that they offer are from the licensed halal suppliers. So those who love to have halal foods can visit House Of Kebab for the highest quality of service and products.

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