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  • Aga Mezze Palace

    56 Dundas Street, G1 2AQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Mediterranean, Turkish

    About Aga Mezze Palace

    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.

  • City Merchant Turkiye

    97-99 Candleriggs, G1 1NP

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Mediterranean, Turkish, BBQ

    About City Merchant Turkiye

    Formerly a Glasgow institution serving up Scottish dishes, the City Merchant has transformed itself into City Merchant Turkiye. Turning its focus from Scotland to sunnier climes, it now specialises in offering the taste of Turkey and the Mediterranean to city centre diners.

  • Rojava Restaurant

    97-101 Morrison Street, EH3 8BX

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Turkish

    About Rojava Restaurant

    Named after the home town of the owner, Rojava is a Kurdish restaurant on Morrison Street, directly opposite Edinburgh International Conference Centre. A spacious restaurant, the walls are hung with Kurdish arts and crafts while colourful glass lamps give everything a warm glow. When not admiring the art, guests can watch the chefs at work in the open kitchen or keep an eye on the street life through the large windows.

  • Saray

    609 Wilbraham Rd, M21 9AN

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: International, Mediterranean, Turkish

    About Saray

    The recently refurbished Saray Cafe, Bar and Restaurant aims to serve up an authentic Turkish dining experience in both its food and atmosphere. Dishes are freshly prepared to order and include specially selected, quality ingredients. The restaurant is bright and airy, with splashes of colour from rainbow lamps on the walls. Saray’s outdoor seating means that you can enjoy dining al fresco if the weather is fine. This would be a friendly, cheerful spot for a relaxed meal with family or friends.