16 "Turkish" Restaurants in London.
Black Axe Mangal on Highbury Corner isn’t a typical restaurant. It’s loud, it's fun, and it's a little bit weird. And the delicious food is the same.
Gökyüzü is an all-day, late-night Turkish spot in Harringay. It’s a Green Lanes landmark, and one of London’s best restaurants.
You’re going to want a lot on the Turkish menu at Oklava, so hit up the Shoreditch spot for a small group dinner.
Yosma is a modern Turkish restaurant in Marylebone that’s slick and stylish, loud, fun and messy, Does that sound like a place you’d like? Thought so.
Kyseri is a cute and stylish restaurant in Fitzrovia, serving refined modern Turkish food.
You can’t really go wrong when it comes to choosing a good Turkish spot in North London, but our favourite is Mangal Ocakbasi.
FM Mangal is a casual Turkish restaurant serving up tasty kofte and bread you’ll devour multiple bowls of.
Not to be confused with the original Berber & Q, this casual shawarma spot in Clerkenwell is a laid-back, solid bet for middle-eastern eats.
Tas has been cooking some of the most reliably good Turkish food in London Bridge for ages.
Le Bab is a kebab spot on Kingsley Court in Soho, and one of Soho's best casual and cost-effective daytime options.
Ruya is a huge restaurant in Mayfair, specialising in refined and nice tasting Anatolian dishes.
Efes is a busy Turkish restaurant on Brick Lane, serving seriously good meats and salads.
Whitecross Street Market runs between Old Street and the Barbican, and is one of London’s busiest street markets.
Hovarda is a stunning Aegean (Greek / Turkish) restaurant in Soho with a good party vibe and very expensive OK tasting food.