About Aga Mezze Palace
A true Turkish Delight!
We received a very warm welcome from our host and the service was fully explained to us with humour; we were dining on the 2 course menu at £6.95 per person. After ordering our starter and main, we were presented with a plentiful Amuse bouche (complimentary appetizer) which was particularly tasty. Between our starter and main, we were offered more complimentary Amuse Bouche. Our starters and main were bursting with flavour and decent sized portions too! We elected to go for desserts too, the Rum baba and the ice cream were delicious. To finish off we ordered Turkish coffees...WOW! How the coffee was presented was beautifully done...well worth ordering! The complimentary Turkish delight was the icing on the cake for us. We will definitely go back, even if its for the full menu. Well worth a visit.
Excellent and surprising restaurant
Food was great. Service was great. Portions were generous. Real surprise when you head up the stairs. Will definitely be heading back.
Authentic Turkish restaurant in city centre
With a warm, colourful and traditional Turkish decor, diners are made to feel very welcome at Aga Mezze Palace on Glasgow’s Dundas Street. Just in case the name and decor have not made their point, then the belly dancers – available on request – should leave diners in no doubt that they are in a Turkish restaurant. In fact, the owner opened what may well have been Scotland’s first Turkish restaurant in 1981.
Authentic Turkish mezze and grills
Meals at Aga Mezze Palace start with a great range of traditional hot and cold mezze. Salads, humus and dips flavoured with exotic spices and herbs are popular choices for the cold mezze while the deep-fried cheese, lamb meatballs and the spicy, grilled Turkish sausage starters stand out among the hot mezze.
The main courses are a greatest hits list of regional Turkish specialities in which use of the charcoal grill features prominently. From Adana and Iskender kebabs to chicken hotpots or guvec dishes, there is a mouth-watering variety of lamb and chicken dishes served minced, cubed and on or off the bone. The fish section offers grilled sea bream salmon or sea bass.
City centre transport links
Aga Mezze Palace is on Dundas Street, just two minutes from the transport hub of Queen Street station and ten minutes from Central Station. Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, The Pavilion and Cineworld are all within a five minute walk. There is extensive pay parking at Buchanan Galleries.