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Turkish cuisine has flavours of both East and West as it is a melting pot of European, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean culture.Both Western and Persian flavours can be found in Turkish cuisine, and its Mediterranean flavours have tantalising, exotic allure.
Turkish cuisine consists of olive oil-based dishes from the Mediterranean coast, hearty pastries from central Anatolia, nuanced spicy flavours from the east and southeast, and more.
Traditional Turkish cuisine is not heavy on seasoning and derives its essential flavour from delectable, fresh ingredients rolled, kneaded, shaped, grilled, baked, barbecued, toasted to crisp readiness for consumption.
Some popular Turkish dishes include:
Baklava originated in the Ottoman Empire, a Turkish favourite and has extremely sweet flavour as it is a rich pastry filled with nuts and syrup, full of pistachios with a Mediterranean flavour.
It is a sweet pastry found commonly in bakeries, delis, supermarkets, best consumed freshly baked.
The kebab is known as a popular street snack but is best known in its skewered form, the Shish Kebab. Originally a juicy meat dish made from beef and lamb, it has now evolved to include all kinds of meat, fish, poultry and vegetarian options. It is grilled, sizzled over charcoal, and served on skewers, metal or wooden as a juicy, meaty, barbecued dish.
Doner is another famous kebab, it comes in a variety of meat forms, seasoned with spices, herbs, grilled over a rotating spit. The grilled, seasoned meat often is served in a bread wrap with vegetables, garlic, chili sauce.
Kofte is a Turkish meatball dish and comes in diverse forms, often served as a street snack dipped in yoghurt or served with rice and salad. It takes on a different form from region to region, including Izgara kofte, served grilled with rice and peppers, bread or Cig Kofte, consumed raw.
Pide is a Turkish version of pizza, with a flat pastry crust and topped with cheese, varieties of meat, vegetables, baked in a stone oven. There is an array of toppings available, including vegetarian options, making pide and the thinner version lahmacun accessible to vegetarians and meat lovers alike.
Kumpir is a street snack, affordable, accessible, and found in Ortakoy streets. It is a crispy, variable baked potato snack which can be served with various choices of fillings.
Meze is a cold appetizer with rich ingredients, typically consisting of 20 items of beans, vegetables, dips, sauces, spreads, served with breads, drinks.
Turkey’s piyaz salad is a famous dish — and its beans are the essence of its flavor.
They are not just any old butter bean, but a small version known as candir, grown in the Candir province it is named after.
Brittle and tasty candir beans are mixed and meshed together with tahini and diluted, flavored with slight portions of water, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, garlic, flat-leaf parsley and olive oil.
Originally, a soft-boiled egg was roughly cracked open, mixed in just before serving.
As legend has it, ezogelin corba was concocted by an unhappily married woman named Ezo who was trying to win over her mother-in-law by cooking a potent dish to win her favour.
She concocted a zesty soup consisting of red lentils, domato salca (tomato paste — sweet or hot), grated fresh tomatoes and onions, served with dried mint and pul biber (chili flakes) as a topping, seasoning.
While its potency has not been proven, despite this, ezogelin (which literally translates to bride Ezo), originating from a small village near Gaziantep, is still staple food for brides-to-be.
Turkish cuisine includes a wide range of vegetable dishes known as zeytinyagli yemegi — foods cooked in olive oil.
The bulk of olive oil cooking are vegetable-based, including green beans, artichokes and eggplants.
One of most delectable eggplant offerings is sasuka.
Here smooth purple skinned cubes of green flesh are cooked with zucchinis, garlic, tomatoes and chilli –varying from region to region.
Kisir is a salad made from fine bulgur wheat, tomatoes, garlic, parsley and mint.
There are various versions from around Turkey, but the Antakya version includes nar eksisi (sour pomegranate molasses) and pul biber (hot red chili flakes). They prefer their salad with spice.
The most common type of manti, small squares of dough with various fillings, are versions made from Kayseri.
The central Anatolian version contains sprinkles of mince sealed into a small parcel, but they use cheese also.
The manti are dropped into boiling water and seasoned with yoghurt and pul biber (chili flakes).
From legend, a good Turkish housewife can craft them so tiny that 40 manti fit onto a spoon.
About Turkish Restaurants in Singapore:
While Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food is not commonly found in Singapore, locals appreciate its exoticism and rich Mediterranean allure.
Kebabs are familiar to locals and have even become known as a delectable fast food that you can order from kiosks even if you do not typically visit Turkish Restaurants.
The Turkish Restaurants in Singapore tend to be in Kampong Glam, Lavender, Bugis.
Trends in Turkish Restaurants in Singapore:
As mentioned earlier, Turkish food is not a common sight in Singapore but has carved a niche audience as exotic Mediterranean cuisine typically found in Arab street, Bussorah Street, Bugis, Lavender, Beach Road.
Turkish food appeals to both meat lovers and vegetarians and has a smoky, saucy, charcoal grilled flavor and exotic appeal with peculiar sauces, dips, spreads, seasonings rich with beans, lentils, chili, yoghurt.
Sample costs of Turkish Restaurants in Singapore:
Salads range from $9.90 to $13.90. Wraps range from $11.90 to $12.90. Meat dishes range from $22 to $27.
Kebabs range from $25 to $29, depending on serving size. Lahmacun ranges from $17 to $19.
Pide ranges from $19 to $27. Full kebabs range from $27 to $35.
List of the Top Turkish Restaurants in Singapore:
Turkish Restaurants might be a niche dining option but the rich, smoky, charcoal-grilled Mediterranean flavors of Turkish fare have a distinctly exotic, Middle-eastern appeal and are always worth a visit for a change of dining options when around the Bugis, Lavender area.
|Specialty||Tabbouleh offers authentic Lebanese cuisine at Arab Street. They serve the amazing $99 Mixed Grill Platter and many other delicious Middle Eastern dishes. A customer favorite is their Lamb Mandi, made with marinated lamb mixed with parsley onion and seven Lebanese spices, and served with grilled vegetables and fragrant rice. |
Services: Lebanese cuisine, Hummus, Lamb Mandi, Samak Maki, Kebab
|Pricing||$9 to $99 per dish|
|Address||41 Arab St, Singapore 199740|
|Operating Hours||11 am to 11pm|
|Client||Khalish Smith, Chan Lenger,TzeTze Fly,Tanya Lubkin,Natalie T|
|Review 1||Chan lenger |
Local Guide ・141 reviewsa year agoNice Lebanese restaurant on Arab street next to the mosque. The food has a lot of flavor and nicely seasoned. It is spicy, salty and acidic. I highly recommend the lamb shank.
The price is average for touristic area; not cheap, but also not overly expensive.
|Specialty||Stuff’d is a quick casual restaurant franchise headquartered in Singapore that serves fresh Kebabs, Burritos, Quesadillas and Signature Daily Bowls. It was founded in 2014 by CEO Adrian Ang with a deliberate focus on healthiness. They have since expanded to become the largest Burrito and Kebab QSR chain in Singapore. |
Services: Kebab, burrito, tacos, quesadilla, daily bowl
|Pricing||$6.40 to $11.90 per dish|
|Address||Bugis Junction, #B1-K07, 200 Victoria St, Singapore 188021|
|Telephone||65 6557 6557|
|Operating Hours||10.30am to 9pm|
|Client||Cherrie Tan,Maja Tolentino,Peter Shu Teng Tan, Syahirah Halim,Hoe Joanne|
|Review 1||Cherrie Tan |
Local Guide ・184 reviewsa year ago
Have Vegetarian burrito, v nice, moisture, generous portion, healthy food. happy to see colourful veggie – black bean, 🌽 🍅 cucumber, purple cabbage, lettuce. Omit onion. Like the mix of maxican rice n mash 🥔 potatoes. Warni’ng* for habanero 🌶️🌶️ chosen hummus out of 🥑 for main. $6.80
|Specialty||A fine Persian/ Middle Eastern Restaurant at Mohammed Sultan Road. The minced chicken kebabs are well known, the service attentive. Scrumptious and authentic Persian food located in a premium dining zone. The ambience is intimate, warm. The Mezzeh, meatballs are tasty. There are views of the quayside, indoor, outdoor seating. |
Services: Lamb wrap, salad, meatballs, kebabs, Mezzeh
|Pricing||$8 to $165 per dish|
|Address||80 Mohamed Sultan Rd, #01-13, Singapore 239013|
|Operating Hours||12pm to 10pm|
|Client||Hannah, Shirley Sy,Adnan Almuslem, Bader Albalawi,Yiean Desa|
|Review 1||SGFoodLifestyle |
Local Guide ・42 reviewsa week ago
Authentic Persian Cusine, one of the best restaurant in Singapore and an award winning one. Middle eastern cuisine. Ambience like a royal palace, fine dining setting. Great service by the team. Excellent Grilled meat like Lamb , Fish, Prawn, Chicken, Duck. Top choice for a great dining experience.
Turkish Kebab House
|Specialty||Turkish Kebab House serves authentic, tasty kebab at Northpoint. They employ Turkish chefs, use fresh bread, use original recipe. Vegetarians can opt for falafel. Falafels are deep-fried goodies made up of mashed chickpeas and broad beans. They serve pide, pita, kebab, wraps in set meals. Baklava, kunefe, meat kebabs served. |
Services: Pide, pita, kebab, baklava, kunefe
|Pricing||$5 to $13 per dish|
|Address||Northpoint City, 930 Yishun Avenue 2 South Wing, #B2-125, 769098|
|Operating Hours||11am to 10pm|
|Client||janice gan,Kai, Sreerasmi R,Mohamed Riduan Borhan, Wendy Y|
|Review 1||janice gan |
Local Guide ・11 reviewsa year ago
They bake their dough on the spot! Worth the wait, nv had such pillowy soft kebab/wrap/pide before… gonna try the kunefe next!(Update) kunefe is excellent too!!
|Specialty||Deliz Café serves authentic Turkish food in Bedok North like falafel, Arabic salad, hummus, beef kebab, chicken kebab, beef burrito, chicken burrito, beef quesadilla, chicken quesadilla, beef bowl, chicken bowl, burgers, lamb kebab, lamb burger, tortilla, cheese dip, pasta, black beans, set meals, combo meals. Their service is warm, friendly. |
Services: Kebab, burrito, quesadilla, tortilla, falafel
|Pricing||$4.30 to $15 per dish|
|Address||Djitsun Mall Bedok, #01-05/06, Singapore 469661|
|Operating Hours||8am to 10pm|
|Client||jasmine L, Jbb reads, Emanelle gagner,Shameer Dosti,Sreehari Perayil|
|Review 1||Jbb Reads |
2 reviews4 months ago
Guys! Your Quesadillas are out of this world!!! Beef Hummus and Fruit Lassi is amazingly delicious! Keep up!!!
Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant
|Specialty||Sofra (meaning dining table in Turkish) serves authentic Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine in Beach Road. The furnishing is folksy, casual with trinkets, artefacts adorning. Rich, vibrant flavors are conjured by Turkish chefs. Kebab, salad, lamb, hummus, lentil soup, grape leaf roll, baclava, kunefe, stuffed fig, rice pudding are highlights. |
Services: Kebab, hummus, lamb, baclava, kunefe
|Pricing||$5.40 to $42.50 per dish|
|Address||#02,Shaw Tower 100 Beach Road 42/44 Shaw Leisure Gallery, 189702|
|Operating Hours||10 am to 11pm|
|Client||Panyaporn T, Karen Lim, Raunak Gupta,Wing Seng Chan,dila idelique|
|Review 1||Panyaporn T |
9 reviewsa month ago
Delicious, honest, fuss-free Turkish food. My go-to place in Singapore! Casual, so not recommended for those big on ambience.
Recommended: hummus, sesame bread, any eggplant dish. Although you really can’t go wrong with anything here. Honestly I only have good things to say about this place
They will be moving out from Shaw towers from 17/07/2020 onwards so make sure to check first
Dewish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant
|Specialty||Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant Singapore is an opulent Turkish restaurant specialising in halal dishes. Located in Kampong Glam, this stylish restaurant is a must-try if you love delicious food bursting with flavour. Serving everything from Turkish pide with toppings to halal meat from charcoal grill; from kebabs to fresh seafood. |
Servings: Hummus, falafel, kebab, kofte, baklava
|Pricing||$4.50 to $58 per dish|
|Address||60 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199476|
|Telephone||6298 8986 / 9119 6032|
|Operating Hours||11am to 11pm|
|Client||Fatih Karakaş,Jonathan Teo,Kris Li,Jane Yan,Sharon Oh|
|Review 1||Fatih Karakaş |
Local Guide ・66 reviews2 months ago
We went there for dinner with my friend. They welcomed us sincerely. desks are arranged with great attention to social distance. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very nice. Cleanliness and hygiene was very good. We really liked the food. The service is very high quality and fast. We plan to come again next time. I hope you continue this way.
|Specialty||Located in historic Kampong Glam, Alaturka is a purveyor of fine Mediterranean cuisine prepared by the most experienced of Turkish chefs. They serve high quality interpretations of classic dishes as well as tasty new ventures into uncharted territories of Turkish food. They were featured Michelin Guide Singapore Bib Gourmand, 2016. |
Services: Pide, kebab, lahmacun, kunefe, baclava
|Pricing||$5 to $30 per dish|
|Address||15 Bussorah Street Singapore 199436|
|Telephone||(65) 6294 0304|
|Operating Hours||11.30 am to 10.30pm|
|Review 1||Eve Tan |
Local Guide ・155 reviews3 weeks ago
I have always been a fan of Turkish and Mediterranean food, and this place has what I like. The beef and lamb dishes as per the photos (I forgot the names) are delicious yet cooked to perfection. The texture and flavors are just nice. Aryan is yogurt with salt which tastes just right, served in a copper cup. Service is good. This place is definitely worth visiting.
|Specialty||They are a modern Middle Eastern restaurant that defies tradition, is creative, has culinary flair, Relax with their unconventional kebabs and “koktails”. They use fresh regional ingredients, spices from Middle-East. Their menu offers kebabs and Mezze, salads, large plates and desserts. They use signature custom-made earth oven, producing succulent grill. |
Services: Hummus, Kebabs, Lamb kofta, falafel,roast lamb
|Pricing||$4 to $60 per dish|
|Address||48 Peck Seah st #01-01, 079317|
|Operating Hours||11.30 am to 10.30pm|
|Review 1||Sudipto Guha |
Local Guide ・201 reviewsa month ago
Excellent middle eastern food and superb cocktails. The cashew nut hummus is a must try and the Turkish bread is divine. The lamb and shrimp kebabs were excellent as well served like a taco. Also praiseworthy were the cocktails. I had the marsh attak a heady concoction of vodka espresso peanut butter and marshmallows!!
|Specialty||IstanBlue is a premier Turkish restaurant in Singapore. They offer a huge selection of well-known Turkish dishes that are cooked over a charcoal fire in the traditional Turkish way. Highlights are the Special Mezze plates, Istanblue Shish Kebab Mezze, Turkish borek, cheese, herb stuffed filo, hellim izgara (grilled goats’ cheese). |
Services: Hummus, falafel,pita,kebab, pide
|Pricing||$4.90 to $64.90 per dish|
|Address||17 Baghdad St, Singapore 199656|
|Operating Hours||11am to 9.30pm|
|Review 1||Yih Shen Chong |
Local Guide ・16 reviews2 weeks ago
Tried this place as it was on the entertainer app. Came in without expectations and was pleasantly surprised. The quality of the dishes served were all of top quality. Even my kids who are having Turkish food for the first time liked it.
|Specialty||A Turkish restaurant in Fusionopolis with a Yoda statue in the garden. The Yarprak Sarma is an appetizer that is tasty. The musakka is similar to lasagna, made with minced beef. The doner kebab roll set lunch comes with tomato soup. The doner kebab is healthy, with vegetables, low fat, calories. |
Services: Kebab, grilled chicken,pita, musakka,Sarma
|Pricing||$4.90 to $55 per dish|
|Address||1 Fusionopolis View, #01-02 Sandcrawler Building, Singapore 138577|
|Operating Hours||11am to 10pm|
|Review 1||R K |
58 reviewsa month ago
Nice cosy place. Really liked the service and food. A little slow with the orders being served but well worth the wait. Great variety, too. Was totally impressed with the view outside. Compliments to the staff and chef for that enjoyable dinner. Will dine, again!!!
House of Kebab
|Specialty||House of Kebab features moutabal, made using a blend of mashed eggplant, yoghurt, tahini, garlic & lemon juice, mezzeh platter, hummus lamb, hummus chicken, tabbouleh, Fattoush, chick peas, grape leaves, bread, lavas, salad, lamb, dips, sauces. It is an Indian version of kebab with Indian twists to the kebabs, sauce. |
Services: Moutabal, mezzeh, lamb, hummus, tabbouleh
|Pricing||$2.50 to $14 per dish|
|Address||21 Arab St, Singapore 199844|
|Operating Hours||10am to 1 am|
|Client||Jeffrey Jway, Zhong Heng,Hafiz Mohd,Ibrahim Sham,Suneel R|
|Review 1||Zhong Heng |
Local Guide ・126 reviews4 months ago
Second time here. The food here is amazing. I may not be an expert on middle-eastern food but as a general consumer this is good stuff.The chef is very friendly and remember us as well (from the first time we went which is nearly midnight). He proceeded to introduce us some dishes when we asked him what is the menu’s item (as we don’t usually take ME cuisine). I especially like their Shawarma and the chef is also very patient in letting us choose the vegetables and sauce (imagine Subway).
I will definitely come again.
Turkish Lezzet House
|Specialty||Turkish Lezzet House serves authentic Turkish kebab as well as other Turkish cuisine. There, you are greeted by friendly staff who will serve you as you enjoy tasting a wide variety of freshly made-to-order Mediterranean and Middle Eastern foods. Turkish Lezzet House is Singaporean Turkish owned, operated in Suntec Ctiy. |
Services: pide, hummus, falalel, kunefe, kebab
|Pricing||$7.50 to $20 per dish|
|Address||3 Temasak Boulevard #B1-105 Suntec City Mall, 038985|
|Operating Hours||11am to 10pm|
|Client||Darko Molinar,Sonia Tendon,Ashish Singhal, Fahmi Farid,Lewis Fu|
|Review 1||Darko Molinar |
4 reviewsa week ago
Best and most authentic kebab I have tried in town, and it ranks up there with the best I’ve tried elsewhere in the world.Everything is expertly prepared from scratch, including the delicious marinated meat, fresh bread for the tombik, tasty garlic sauce plenty of fresh veg – the hard work really comes through in the taste! 🤤
Legit and 💯 % recommended! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
|Specialty||You can choose between chicken, lamb and beef for the kebab dishes. These are served in a variety of tantalising ways such as rolls, shish, baked rice and even pizza. The chicken shish kebab, is nuanced, aromatic. The meat is seasoned, with robust flavours. The gravy musakka, kofte is tasty. |
Services: Kebab, kofte, mussaka, shish kebab, lamb
|Pricing||$7.90 ton $17 per dish|
|Address||920 #01-02 ECP, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875|
|Operating Hours||11 am to 9.45pm|
|Clients||Volkan Caglayan,Jatinder Sandhu,Isabella Leow,Hide Wee,Nams K|
|Review 1||Volkan Caglayan0 |
Local Guide ・245 reviewsa week ago
Very nice place, and amazing food. Service also great, staff is friendly and helpful. Usually quite crowded
Ottoman Turkish Delights SG
|Specialty||Ottoman Turkish Delights Sg is an authentic Turkish bakery and confectionery. From Turkish Delights to Turkish breads and Maras Dondurma ice creams, drop by 59 Bussorah Street for the ultimate Turkish confectioneries. Freshly made Turkish Havuc Dilimi Baklava, Carrot Slice Baklava, pastry with pistachio and golden syrup, is a delight. |
Services: kadaif cake,baklava, kataif rolls, kunafe, Turkish ice cream
|Pricing||$4 per slice|
|Address||59 Bussorah St, Singapore 199475|
|Operating Hours||10am to 10.30 pm|
|Clients||Viviana Gonzalez, Hannah Neufer, Mich, Khushboo Soni,Qistina Faridz|
|Review 1||Viviana Gonzalez |
6 reviewsa month ago
Crazy Good amazing quality absolutely worth to skip the diet 😛
Zorba the Greek Taverna
|Specialty||Zorba the Greek Taverna serves decent Greek mousakka. The kalamari comprises juicy pieces of squid lightly battered.The grilled sea bream ($32) is succulent.Moussala, pita, wagyu beef kebab, lamb kebab, lamb steak, mixed platter, baklava, Greek honey yoghurt is sumptuous, succulent and a true Mediterranean delight with fresh fish, juicy meats. |
Services: pita, moussala, kebab, baclava, Greek yoghurt
|Pricing||$3 to $88 per dish|
|Address||3A River Valley Road #01-02, Clarke Quay Singapore 179020|
|Operating Hours||11.30 AM – 2PM ,6 PM – 11 PM|
|Client||N Ag,Wong Raphael,Red Barker,Ana Garcia de Molino,Darina|
|Review 1||N Ag |
Local Guide ・109 reviewsa month ago
Authentic flavours. Large portion. Staff is friendly and helpful. Service was amazing. Very good view beside river !
|Specialty||Sultan Turkish Restaurant has rapidly created its own niche in Singapore and mainly in the popular Arab Street and Bussorah Street, with authentic Turkish fare. Meat lovers or vegetarians alike have ample options. Falafel, hummus, lamb kebab, menemen, lamb shank, lamahcun, pide, seafood platter, pilav, kunefe, baclava are Turkish delights. |
Services: Hummus, pide, baclava, kebab, falafel
|Pricing||$4.90 to $95.90 per dish|
|Address||29/30 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199448|
|Telephone||+65 6291 7484|
|Operating Hours||10.30am to 10.30pm|
|Client||Noorzidah Mohd Noordin, Yasser Mohamed, Viviana Gonzalez, Eunice Teng|
|Review 1||Noorzidah Mohd Noordin |
45 reviews2 months ago
We bought takeaway which cost $60 for 2 pax. Kunefe was given free. Its tasty and very good indeed. The rice with lamb shank is quite substantial. Onion salad is quite little. Hummus is good and a lot. Overall nice and delicious food but only the price is on the higher side
Pistachio Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Grill
|Specialty||Authentic Middle Eastern fare is served, with the finest cuts of meat selected. Everything is served fresh. Arabian fare, culture is presented at its finest. Kebabs, wraps, Lebanese platter, Turkish platter, Greek style burger, falafel, rosemary grilled chicken, Greek salad, adana wrap, chicken pita taste authentically Persian, succulent, exotic, fresh. |
Services: Kebab, wrap, pita, falafel, platter
|Pricing||$12 to $19 per dish|
|Address||501 Orchard Rd, #02-04/05 Wheelock Place, Singapore 238880|
|Operating Hours||11.30 am to 9pm|
|Client||Nicholas Ng,Lynn,prudence zhuo,Jianing Ma, Stephanie Tang|
|Review 1||Nicholas Ng |
Local Guide ・335 reviews4 weeks ago
Amazing food!!Try the beef short rib – it’s tender and flavorful and melts in your mouth.. everything else pales in comparison.. and everything else is already pretty good!!
Spot their pita bread served on a daiso fence.
Mussels in cream sauce
And they serve wine! Thank goodness!
|Specialty||At Byblos Grill, enjoy the Lebanese & Turkish Culinary experience and with an assortment of flavours. Their family-friendly ambience provides a charming setting in the company of your kids, family members and friends. They offer indoor and outdoor seating. The usual wraps, lamb steak, kebabs, kofta, pita, taste authentically Persian. |
Services: pide, kebab, kofta, wrap, pita
|Pricing||$2.50 to $46.90 per dish|
|Address||14 Bussorah St, Singapore 199435|
|Operating Hours||11am to 1am|
|Clients||AJEEM AJ,Saket Sarda,Sourav Bose,Gen Jones,Edwin Setiadi|
|Review 1||AJEEM AJ |
Local Guide ・51 reviews7 months ago
Very nice foods and beverages. Especially the hummus are so good and tasty. I go here for the hummus. The place is perfect for dinner. Price is not too expensive.
Straits Mediterranean Food Supply
|Specialty||Straits Marine Supply Pte Ltd is the leading importer and distributor of Turkish and Mediterranean food such as cheese, tea, coffee, olive, olive oil, sparkling water, pulses, pickle, canned vegetable, tomato/ pepper paste, spice, baklava, Turkish delight, etc. They represent brands from Turkey and distribute their products to local restaurants. |
Services: cheese, Turkish delight, baklava, spice, olive oil
|Pricing||$1.80 to $350 per dish|
|Address||42 Tuas View Place Singapore 637543|
|Telephone||+65 6472 1241|
|Operating Hours||9am to 6pm|
|Client||Ekrem Gorkem,Hakan Simsek,rongliang xiang,Guna Guna|
|Review 1||Ekrem Gorkem |
Local Guide ・128 reviews6 months ago
(Translated by Google) There are very critical products. Molasses, noodles, tahini, baklava, white penir etc. It saves lives. They also do special package transportation for you. We haven’t tried it yet. There is also free shipping in Singapore over 100 dollars. They are doing this campaign in your internet orders. We also had Kyrgyz Turkish friends when we went. His boss named after him. He was a very master and a good person.
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