Turkish Restaurants in Shoreditch
1. Barboun Turkish restaurant in Shoreditch 61-67 Great Eastern Street - EC2A
2022 Review: With its swish, spacious metropolitan styling, this 100-seater brasserie on one of Shoreditch’s main drags does little to advertise the fact that it’s part of the Hart Shoreditch Hotel London (part of the Curio Collection by Hilton), which opened in early 2020. Knowing this helps explain the slightly over-plush styling – at odds with the strenuously hip neighbourhood – and also the wilfully un-corporate menu: inspired by the flavours of Levantine coastal towns (Levantine weekend brunch is a feature). Early reports are too limited for a rating, but all-round very good.
2. Haz Turkish restaurant in The City 14 Finsbury Square - EC2A
“Super-fresh” food, including “especially good starters and mezze”, “friendly service” and “very good value for money” are the hallmarks of this “very good Turkish chain in the City”. There’s also a “large range of vegetarian dishes”. The six branches are all heaving at lunchtime, but “St Paul’s is the most spacious, in a great setting near the cathedral and much quieter too, especially at the weekends”.
3. Baraka Turkish restaurant in Unit 4, 1 Finsbury Avenue - EC2M
2022 Review: In a quiet, pedestrianised square in the City’s sprawling Broadgate development – near Broadgate Circle – this January 2020 arrival occupies a swishly decorated unit, and has a large terrace outside for a warm day. The rustic Anatolian cuisine – much of it on the open-flame mangal – is cosily at odds with all the surrounding modernity, and is washed down with a more metropolitan selection of cocktails.
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