Turkish Restaurant Berlin. I’m probably not the only one who automatically connects Turkish food with döner kebap and more. That’s probably such a German cliché. Of course, Turkish cuisine has so much more to offer than Turkish streetfood. Therefore, it was more than about time to finally have a Turkish dinner. Baba Angora was recommended by a Turkish acquaintance, which is her favorite Turkish restaurant in Berlin. Together with a group of girlfriends we headed there and had a lovely dinner.
Restaurant in Berlin
Sharing different kinds of food is always the best. We ordered a set of cold and warm starters (11,90€ per set of starters) together with a warm Lavas bread (6,0€ including dip):
- spinach with garlic yoghurt, yoghurt with cucumber,garlic,oil and herbs
- yoghurt sheep’s milk cheese
- crêpe filled with spinach
- minced meat balls with tomatoe sauce and spices
- …and a couple of more dishes
Afterwards we ordered a few main dishes. I’d already tried Manti in an Oriental restaurant and was curious how they tasted the Turkish way. The Manti (11,00€) were really good. The only thing I always don’t like is that there is too much yoghurt at the end. Also, the portion was huge and I recommend to share the dish too. I highly recommend to try Beyti (15,60€), which is a Turkish dish consisting of ground beef or lamb served wrapped in lavash and topped with tomato sauce and yogurt. Definitely a great choice!
All in all, I’d definitely come back again. I loved the cozy atmosphere and the service was very friendly. The food was great and perfect also for bigger groups.
Turkish Restaurant Berlin
Schlüterstraße 29, 10629 Berlin
I adore Turkish cuisine and I know that the best places to eat it outside of Turkey are in Germany.
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