13 "Turkish" Restaurants in New York.
Bunny is a family-owned Turkish and German restaurant in Bed-Stuy that you should remember for casual dates or catch-up dinners in the neighborhood.
Think of Iris as your go-to place near Times Square for delicious Greek and Turkish dishes without sky-high price tags.
Safir Bakery in Sheepshead Bay specializes in both sweet and savory Turkish baked goods
Liman is a Turkish restaurant overlooking the water in Sheepshead Bay that’s perfect for a date or big night out.
Güllüoğlu is a Turkish bakery in Brighton Beach with more baklava than you can even imagine.
Taci’s Beyti in Midwood is one of the best Turkish restaurants in the city. Make sure to order as many kebabs as you can.
Kotti Berliner Döner Kebab in Essex Market serves Turkish-style sandwiches that are served on light, fluffy pide bread.
Leyla is a Turkish restaurant on the UWS that works well for a date or a nice-but-not-formal dinner near Central Park.
Abracadabra is a mostly-vegetarian cafe in Williamsburg that feels like it could be in Joshua Tree.
Akdeniz is a casual restaurant in Midtown East with good Turkish food and a few pre-theater set menu deals.