Top 10 Places for Turkish

Top 10 places for Turkish

Latest Reviews for Turkish

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Turkish

One of my friends introduced stuff'd to me 2 years ago and I have been a fan since then. 😛
My go-to combination is - Lettuce, onion, corn, black bean, chicken, hummus (add-on at a dollar), and without any sauce.

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I love the idea of showing the customers how much each kebab weighs. It tells you exactly how heavy you are going to get after that 1 kebab. For mine, it weighs 300gram. Simply love it.

The chicken was slimy. You know you do not feel good when you are eating a slimy chicken. All the veg were fresh but as for the chicken? I will leave it to your own imagination.

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Nestled within a lush rainforest, the cavernous glasshouse serves up simple and hearty delights with a smile :)

Finally, we tried the Kunefe ($13) and it was ~heavenly~! Yay finally something decent after all that average food. Ps the service was good 😊 just that the food took quite awhile to reach especially during peak hours

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Up next: their Chicken Shish ($19) that was supposedly a safe dish was very dry too! At least their butter rice made up for the bland meats.

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Maybe you should try their Lamb Beyti ($24) instead cause it was pretty decent and fulfilling

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I always crave for turkish and mediterranean food around Ramadan time. Luckily, there’s a 40% discount offer on Eatigo for Istanblue. I tried this place years ago and the food was pretty good (plus I loved their Kunefe—I mean, Kunefe is a must-have dessert right?). The risk-taker in me decided to try a Chicken Pide ($20) and I should have ordered my safe dish: Adana Chicken. The Pide had very little chicken in it and it tasted quite bland; like eating a homemade cheese pizza. At least the portion was big enough to share/if you’re a big eater.

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Donergy Turkish Kebab is a smallish Turkish restaurant in Millenia Walk that serves Turkish delights such as Tombik, Pide and Kebab. There is also Turkish Aryan to quench your thirst and desserts such as Baklawa, Sutlac and Kunefe to end your meal on a sweet note. Please read my review at

This time round, I opted for the Tavuk Sis ($21), which was a sure-win home run the moment I see what it comes with. Tender and huge chunks of chicken that has been marinated in a secret spice mix before being grilled on a skewer, served with a portion of butter rice that you wish you had hit the gym before the meal so that you can fully enjoy it without the guilt. The accompanying brown gravy is so addictive that you will want to dip everything and anything in it. The vegetables on the other hand, are nothing to shout about and just a mere passenger in this entire experience as the real star is the chicken, followed closely by the butter rice. No wonder they were awarded the 2016 Michelin Bib Gourmand, a well-deserved accolade indeed.
Alaturka Turkish & Mediterranean Restaurant
Address: 15, Bussorah Street, Singapore 199437