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Anatoli Turkish Restaurant

5 Reviews
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Turkish, Vegetarian
Phone Number 0214192501 Opening Hours Dinner

Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6:00pm - 10:30pm

Menu

Details

Cost
R180 avg main meal
Food
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Turkish, Vegetarian
Corkage
R100 per bottle
Cost
R180 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Quick meals
Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Booking required, Cocktails, Dinner, Fireplace, Food, Functions, Licensed, Live entertainment, Serves food, Takeaways, Wheelchair, WiFi
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User reviews

5 Reviews
    Absolutely delicious! Don't skimp on the meze, it's amazingly delicious! Mains were great, highly recommend the lamb kebab over the lamb shank-better spices and flavour overall. The decor is beautiful and the waiters are great. An absolute must!
    Absolutely wonderful! A simple concept with great execution. There isn't really a "menu" to order from: for starters, the waiter will bring over a huge tray with the broad selection of mezze-style dishes (hummus, halloumi, Taramasalata, lamb liver, kofta and much much more.) - take straight from the tray. Mains are authentic and tasty with just the right amount of spice. Service is attentive, knowledgeable and very friendly. The ambience is cosy and the restaurant is filled with authentic Turkish art, crockery and decor. Forget after-dinner "endearmints': grab proper Turkish Delight on your way out!

    Simply delicious food. We selected several things from the tempting bowls on the meze platter - the lamb's liver was richly, wonderfully lamb-y, nicely spiced, and converted even the offal-fearing at our table. The filo pastry cigars filled with feta and spinach were crisp and scrumptious. For mains, the winner of the night was the rolled deboned lamb ribs, which are cooked in a tomatoey sauce. The intensity of flavour was everything you dream about when you order a lamb dish. The lamb shank was slightly less powerfully intense, but still succulent and juicy. The chicken moussaka was okay - a little quiet in comparison to the punchy flavours of the other dishes. Our puddings - creme caramel - were a little burnt on the bottom, which gave them a slightly bitter taste. However, the mains were so glorious, I'm still giving them a 5 for food.

    One of my best experiences of Cape Town. Not a professional in this food commentary field but the experience was authentic...The Mezze Platter was a delightful surprise on the taste buds. The staff were so professionally and even made sure we didn't leave without sweets! The desserts refined my take on #Turkishdelights!
    Some of the items we had like the bread and one of the dips for starter was good. The dolmades were bland.

    The main course lamb was tasteless however the kebab was ok.

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