Thursday, March 23, 2017

Top turkish restaurants in Toronto

Cafes in Toronto bargain in delicacies and the very best Turkish restaurants popularized through the Ottoman Empire. These are establishments where you'll locate rich coffee served with traditional baked goods like borek simit and sari burma, along with crave-worthy street foods like pide and doner.

Pizza Pide

Find this gourmet Turkish-style pizza joint on Gerrard Street East slinging 20 varieties of conventional thin crusted pies. Favourite topping combinations comprise spinach and feta, or delicacies like pastrami, roasted lamb and mozzarella cheese.


Where the first Friday of every month features live music, belly dancers, and fortune tellers, Turkish cuisine and culture are in the forefront of this Etobicoke restaurant. On the menu you’ll locate conventional dishes like Sigare Boregi and Beyti and an array of hot and cold appetizers. Don't forget to try the baklava.


This restaurant on Duncan draws inspiration from a mosaic of Eastern Mediterranean regions, Ottoman cuisines among them. On the menu you’ll find various mezze, manti dumplings and salmon kibbeh nayeh trimmed with Turkish paste, mint and a dollop of labneh.

Simit & Chai

This charming bakery and cafe on King West prices in powerful coffee, loose leaf teas, Turkish-style road bagels, and miniature sandwiches. Settle in here for a game of nosh and backgammon on bagel sandwiches slathered with cream cheese and olive tea or paste sandwiches stacked with pastrami and fava bean paste.

Istanbul Cafe

This Yonge and Eglinton area establishment operates as a cafe by day and cocktail bar during the night. House-made Turkish pastries and contain lemony semolina pastries and savoury dishes are around the menu, stuffed grape leaves dusted with sumac, spinach borek and lentil soup along with Sari Burma.

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Mr. Pide

This Turkish pizzeria on The Danforth is home to conventional pies like Yumurtali Acık topped with ground beef and bright eggs, and the boat-shaped Ispanakli Kiymali loaded with spinach and ground beef.


The menu at this Wilson Heights eatery offers the full array of pide along with platters loaded with rice and beef or chicken kebap.

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