My husband has a weakness for doner kebabs, and always lamented over the lack of them at any of the Turkish restaurants here in Jeddah. So when he chanced upon Istanbuli Kofte Jeddah on a social networking website page, we immediately planned a visit there to see if we would have a new favourite restaurant. […]
As a big fan of Turkish food, Kosebasi Jeddah was a welcome addition when it opened on Rawdah Street. Located just along from the Butcher Shop and Grill and not far from Tike, Kosebasi offer a similar package but also cater to a faster moving (or eating) crowd than it’s Turkish neighbour. The bachelor section […]
Turkuoise is an established Turkish restaurants set on Jeddahs busy Rawdah street the prime location makes Turkuoise easy to find. A contemporary snazzy interior contrasts nicely with the traditional Turkish delicacies on offer. Browsing through the menu, which is more like a book to be fair (its that big), we were almost at a loss […]
“If someone’s a glutton, they should come to this restaurant”, groaned my sister, wiping off the last of the Half Meter Kebab from her plate. We were dining at Khayal, a Turkish restaurant located on Prince Sultan Street. Known for its meter long kebabs, Khayal spoils you for choice by offering an endless variety of dishes. Make sure you come hungry.
Ismaeel Nakhuda wrote ‘A Turkish Delight’ for Arab News back in 2006. He recently submitted the article to Jeddah Food, here we have posted an extract of it where he reviews Al-Fairouz a Turkish Restaurant in Jeddah. A Link to the Full Article can be found here.
Yildizlar is probably one of Jeddah’s best Restaurants, they’ve certainly been on the scene long enough and remain a popular choice, especially at lunch times when you will often find it difficult to get a table as the restaurant fills up with business types.