Top 10 Restaurants Offering Turkish Food in Dubai


Who among us does not like Turkish pancakes or Kebab Iskender or do not savor the taste of Turkish baklava and delicious ice cream? Here are the top 10 restaurants offering Turkish food in Dubai in our opinion, with choices and budgets for everyone.


Restaurant This Turkish restaurant is the theme of “Your Bridge to Turkey” and serves authentic Turkish dishes from soups, hot and cold entrees, grills, pastries, and donuts, as well as a selection of sweets with Turkish ice cream. You may wonder what you want from the huge menu, and it is better to ask a waiter what is recommended. Its restaurants feature oriental décor and a lively atmosphere. Shisha also offers a variety of flavors.


Jumeirah Beach Road, Wafi Mall, Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 10 am to 2 pm.


Restaurant This Turkish restaurant is famous for the traditional and delicious ice cream that it has been making for 300 years! Ice cream is incorporated into most of the desserts it provides and controls most of the menu pages, and is alone enough to visit this special restaurant. The menu also includes a wide selection of delicious dishes, with a special section for breakfast, which includes omelets with Turkish bread and bread. The restaurant also offers Turkish pizzas, a selection of cold and hot appetizers and of course a selection of Turkish kebabs.

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Dubai Mall and Jumeirah Beach Road.

Opening Hours:

Saturday to Wednesday from 8 am to 1 pm, Thursday and Friday from 8 am to 2 pm.

Turkish Village Restaurant & Café

This lively restaurant embodies the heritage of Turkish civilization and is presented in a simple and friendly style. It features a huge menu that is constantly updated, including Turkish specialties like Kebab Iskandar, meat or chicken, as well as shawarma. The restaurant also offers a variety of sweets such as kalava and baklava.

The restaurant is also famous for offering some pancakes and kebabs in the metro. You can choose to sit indoors in its two-story bungalows or out on the spacious terrace.


Jumeirah Beach Road, Dubai Festival City.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 7 am to 12 pm.

Babaji Restaurant

This Turkish restaurant at City Walk boasts a vibrant, integrated atmosphere with a lively open-air cuisine with a generous service. It is famous for its unique Biday dishes, prepared from fresh loaves and with a variety of delicious ingredients. The menu culminates with traditional appetizers ranging from tabouleh, cheese, spinach and lamb shish, served with free bread and red onions, as well as a special section for sweets and cold and hot beverages.


City Walk.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 10 am to 12 pm.

Kaftan Turkish Cuisine

A restaurant with its green garden and its direct view of Burj Al Arab. Its decor is decorated with Turkish art, especially the caftan and displays different pictures of it on its walls. Known for serving the cooked meat dish in traditional pottery and its menu varies between appetizers and Turkish main dishes and dishes, such as bread rings sprinkled with sesame seeds and Turkish traditional cheese served with tomatoes, Turkish cheese, and organic honey. The restaurant combines the spirit of Ottoman culture with traditional Turkish cuisine.


Jumeirah Beach Road, opposite Jumeirah Beach Hotel.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 9 am to 1 pm.

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Restaurant Turkish Restaurant at Souk Al Bahar specializes in Turkish-style steaks, sparkling views of Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa. The restaurant boasts a unique kebab experience, which includes a wide variety of rich and traditional Turkish cuisine. The menu also includes traditional meatballs and homemade burgers. This delightful dining experience concludes with traditional Turkish dessert dishes such as kanafa, kammar, and baklava. In addition, it features an open kitchen that allows you to watch the chefs cook meat thoroughly and prepare Turkish cold and hot mezze dishes before serving.


Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 12 noon to midnight.

A la Turka

This restaurant is one of the main restaurants of the Rixos Palm Hotel offers a buffet breakfast (AED 150), lunch (AED 175) and dinner (AED 200), rich in international and Turkish dishes such as Anatolia, The Brunch meal is also available on Fridays (from AED 250).


Rixos Palm Hotel, Palm Jumeirah.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm.

Lalezar Restaurant

Once you have taken your first step into this Ottoman restaurant at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel in Dubai, you will be impressed by the interior colors, including brown, white and gold, and will impress you with the details here and there, from the wood stove to the colored glass chandelier, Everything in it embodies the splendor of the ancient Ottoman civilization, with spectacular views of the terrace overlooking the Palm Jumeirah and its surrounding gardens.
A unique journey awaits you among Turkish dishes and delicious drinks from Antalya, which includes, of course, fermented tea in traditional samor and Turkish coffee, which is loved by coffee lovers everywhere.


Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel, Palm Jumeirah Dubai.

Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday from 5 pm to midnight, Friday and Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm and from 6 pm to midnight.

Restaurant Ruya

This luxury restaurant welcomes you at the Grosvenor House, offering you an exceptional experience in the splendor of Anatolian cuisine. Once you reach the threshold of his door, you will be able to enter the large area that extends to two dining rooms, a lounge and an outdoor terrace overlooking the Dubai Marina. And when you look at the decorations until you hold your breath these beautiful details inspired by Turkish household appliances. You will find a delicious menu of authentic Anatolian dishes with a modern twist, such as meatballs and Turkish pies, as well as exclusive dishes such as roast mutton, low-heat lamb and minty mints. Fondue meat, cheese, grilled octopus with beans, veal slices with pistachio sauce, delicious kerosene, and other dishes prepared in the open kitchen. The restaurant also offers a range of exclusive and luxurious beverages that are suitable for every meal.


Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina.

Opening Hours:

Saturday and Wednesday from 6 pm to 1 am Thursday and Friday from 6 pm to 2 am.

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Nusr-Et Restaurant

specializes in steaks and serves a unique Turkish character. The décor of this restaurant at Four Seasons Dubai Jumeirah Beach is simple and depends on the lights and modern designs, with lots of wood, and you can also see some details inspired by its character as a steak restaurant House is everywhere, like the knobs on the doors of the butcher-shaped toilets.

The food at Nusrat Restaurant is excellent, and of course most of the focus is on the steaks, where the menu includes a whole section about steaks of all kinds, and despite the origins of the Turkish restaurant, but the menu includes many international dishes and dishes of chicken and fish, and for sweets, Ice cream on all options.

Nusrat Restaurant is worth the experience because you have the budget for it, since its prices are the most expensive in Dubai, where the price of meat slicer ranges from 250 dirhams to 950 dirhams.


Four Seasons Resort Dubai Jumeirah Beach.

Opening Hours:

Daily from 12 noon to 12 pm.