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Turkish cuisine is very delectable and full of flavours. It has reflections of Mediterranean, Arabic and other Middle-Eastern flavours. The best part about it is the dips and fresh breads, with some delectable meat options. Not to forget one of the best Turkish desserts − Baklava. This cuisine is also healthy as lots of salads are served along with the food as part of the meal. Here is a quick list of places where you can find the Turkish cuisine in Dubai-
Dokuz - Located in Fairmont Dubai, this is one of the few places where you can enjoy the good weather, along with the beautiful skyline view, open-air seating and traditional Turkish live music while dining in. The recommended dishes are stuffed potato with cheese and adana kabab, perfectly cooked and served with broken wheat in tomatoes, a must-visit in winters.
Bosporus - This place is mostly known for its sheesha, but the food is no less when it comes to authentic flavours and quality delivered to your table. The restaurant itself is huge and spacious and in winters, you can enjoy the outdoor seating option as well. Recommended dishes are rocca salad, mezze, cold starters and fresh and crispy baklava with ice cream, the best of which is served in town here.
Ruya - If anyone is looking for Turkish food in a fine-dining experience, then Ruya is the place for you. Located in Grosvenor House, this place is a true classy affair for food lovers. The food menu has a bit of fusion in it, but the dips and breads are very authentic. Recommended dishes are adana kabab, cheese pad and chicken kabab. Cold and hot appetisers are both good from the menu.
Turkish Village - Contemporary interiors and authentic Turkish food, no wonder this restaurant made it in this list. Not only this, but the service is also very impressive with lot of traditional options available on the menu to opt from. Recommended dishes are the meat platter, one-meter long adana kabab, Turkish mezze platter, minced meat pide and so on.
Kaftan Turkish Cuisine and Fine Art - Enjoy your traditional food along with a spectacular view of the Burj Al Arab. The ambience is very modern yet a traditional touch is given to it. Cold and hot appetiser options are many on the menu. Shrimps, meat and many other delicacies are served here, with traditional and authentic Turkish flavours. Recommended dishes are kiymali pide for main-course and kunfee in desserts.