Turkish Cuisine

★★★★☆
  • 5605 N Clark St

    Chicago, IL 60660

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  • 773-878-8930

About Turkish Cuisine

Hours
Monday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Tuesday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Wednesday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Thursday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Friday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM Saturday 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM Sunday 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Hands-down great entertainment on a Sat night! We were a party of six and we had a great time. There was live music, decent decor, belly dancing (that included some pretty Asian girls from another table!), five entrees, loads of appetizers, family style hospitality and a two figure tab! No, I do not work for this place. It was as far as your dollar can go for this kind of entertainment.

Yes, the belly dancer was not a super-model and the area wasn't the most hip, but that will not deter me from going there again.

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★★★★★

Hands-down great entertainment on a Sat night! We were a party of six and we had a great time. There was live music, decent decor, belly dancing (that included some pretty Asian girls from another table!), five entrees, loads of appetizers, family style hospitality and a two figure tab! No, I do not work for this place. It was as far as your dollar can go for this kind of entertainment.

Yes, the belly dancer was not a super-model and the area wasn't the most hip, but that will not deter me from going there again.

Pros: Value, great entertainment

Cons: Average decor, un-hip area

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My aunt had just returned from Turkey and decided to share the delicious cuisine with me... so she took me up to Andersonville to a little Turkish restaurant she heard of. Well, the place is bigger than it seems when you walk in... and they even have a stage, where I assume a band plays on weekend nights. It was empty when we went (lunch on a Sunday)... and the place 'appears' dirty -- but that's just because it's a little run down. But there were very authentic touches to the decor that you could really learn to appreciate. The food was amazing. Granted I was a first timer, I fully enjoyed the Mucver (zucchini pancakes), Sigara Boregi (cheese pastries), the BREAD!, and the Sis kebap with yogurt. The rice was unbelievably good too. I'd love to go back.

4
★★★★☆

My aunt had just returned from Turkey and decided to share the delicious cuisine with me... so she took me up to Andersonville to a little Turkish restaurant she heard of. Well, the place is bigger than it seems when you walk in... and they even have a stage, where I assume a band plays on weekend nights. It was empty when we went (lunch on a Sunday)... and the place 'appears' dirty -- but that's just because it's a little run down. But there were very authentic touches to the decor that you could really learn to appreciate. The food was amazing. Granted I was a first timer, I fully enjoyed the Mucver (zucchini pancakes), Sigara Boregi (cheese pastries), the BREAD!, and the Sis kebap with yogurt. The rice was unbelievably good too. I'd love to go back.

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Oddly enough the only thing that was not horrible about this restaurant was the food, the chef should work somewhere else as the rest of the place is beyond redemption in every possible category.

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★☆☆☆☆

Oddly enough the only thing that was not horrible about this restaurant was the food, the chef should work somewhere else as the rest of the place is beyond redemption in every possible category.

Pros: food

Cons: EVERYTHING ELSE!

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The food is just above average but make sure not to order the lamb chops. Not much food in that plate. Recommended on Friday and Saturday nights because of entertainment which includes A La Turka's Jameela and two-person band. It seems to be family run but service is as raw as Turks tend to be. Decor is very simple. You would expect prices to be on the lower end because of the location but they are average. At least parking is not as big of a problem.

2
★★★★☆

The food is just above average but make sure not to order the lamb chops. Not much food in that plate. Recommended on Friday and Saturday nights because of entertainment which includes A La Turka's Jameela and two-person band. It seems to be family run but service is as raw as Turks tend to be. Decor is very simple. You would expect prices to be on the lower end because of the location but they are average. At least parking is not as big of a problem.

Pros: Food, Entertainment

Cons: Service

 

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