22 "Turkish" Restaurants in London.
You can’t really go wrong when it comes to choosing a good Turkish spot in North London, but our favourite is Mangal Ocakbasi.
You’re going to want a lot on the Turkish menu at Oklava, so hit up the Shoreditch spot for a small group dinner.
Tas has been cooking some of the most reliably good Turkish food in London Bridge for ages.
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.
Gökyüzü is an all-day, late-night Turkish spot in Harringay. It’s a Green Lanes landmark, and one of London’s best restaurants.
FM Mangal is a casual Turkish restaurant serving up tasty kofte and bread you’ll devour multiple bowls of.
Neden Urfa is an unassuming kebab shop in Clapton making delicious kebabs with bread freshly made in front of you.
Numara Bos Cirrik II is a reliably delicious old school Turkish ocakbasi restaurant that’s the sibling to Cirrik in Dalston.
Umut 2000 is a classic ocakbasi restaurant just off of the Kingsland Road. Come for the grilled meat and lamb ribs. Stay for the excellent staff.
Mangal II is a classic Turkish restaurant that’s doing things a bit differently. With superb grilled meats, sourdough pide, natural wines, and more.
Mangal Pide in Dalston is a tiny lahmacun and pide shop perfect for a quick and freshly made snack.
Diyarbakir makes Green Lanes finest lahmacuns and it’s delicious for everything else as well.
Antepliler is a go-to Turkish spot on Green Lanes Grand Parade. Swing by for a lahmacun or sit down, settle down, and fill your table.
Ustun Lahmacun is a little lahmacun and pide house on the Newington Green end of Green Lanes making excellent, freshly-made lahmacuns.
01 Adana is a big and generous Turkish restaurant on Green Lanes making delicious kebabs, pastries, and lahmacun.