In terms of popularity, there are certain cuisines that people gravitate to such as Japanese, Chinese, Italian, French, and so on. Anatolia Turkish Cuisine in Etobicoke seeks to change that.
Anatolia Turkish Cuisine, located at 5112 Dundas Street West in Etobicoke, entered the landscape in 1999 and has been consistently recommended in Toronto Life. It has also garnered the attention of Street Eats and Living Toronto, two local television shows featuring the best in Toronto restaurants. Owner and head chef Ayse Aydemir had a lofty goal of bringing traditional Halal Turkish dishes to the dining public using the finest in fresh natural ingredients. Ayse’s success is our reward.
Open Tuesdays to Sundays for lunch and dinner, there are options for those who are adventurous and for those less so. The three course lunch special is the way to go if escaping from work for a nice satisfying lunch. Dinner portions are more substantial and are meant to be shared. Choose from delicious appetizers such as Sigara Boregi(Crispy Feta Cheese and Parsley Rolls) or Lahmacun (thin Turkish pita topped with ground beef and herbs). For your main you won’t go wrong with a Gozleme (Turkish Crepe filled with spinach and feta cheese) or a variety of kebabs.
Each month features a Night of Istanbul where, for $45, you’ll get five appetizers with a special entrée and dessert. While you’re enjoying your meals you will be entertained by live Sufi and Turkish folk music and a belly dancing show. You’ll need to call the restaurant or book reservations here.
So the next time you’re going out for a nice dinner why not stray from the usual and try Anatolia Turkish Cuisine in Etobicoke. You will not be disappointed.
Anatolia Turkish Cuisine: Where and When in Etobicoke…
|5112 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke, ON M9A 1C2, 416-207-0596
|Lunch hours approximately 11:30am – 2:30pm, Dinner 5:00pm – 10:00pm (Tue-Thurs), 5:00pm – 11:00pm (Fri-Sat), 5:00pm – 9:00pm (Sun), (visit website for updated hours)
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