17 "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.
01 Adana is a big and generous Turkish restaurant on Green Lanes making delicious kebabs, pastries, and lahmacun.
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.