Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant Singapore is an opulent and elegant Turkish restaurant specialising specifically in halal dishes. Located in Bugis on Bussorah Street, this stylish restaurant is a must-try if you love delicious food packed with flavour. Serving everything from Turkish pide with all manner of toppings to succulent halal meat from the charcoal grill; and from kebabs to fresh seafood, let’s just say you’ll be in for a feast to remember at Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant. Situated only a short walk from Sultan Mosque in the heart of Bugis, make a reservation and treat yourself to a Turkish and Mediterranean feast. You won’t be disappointed.
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The food is pretty good and the service is also not bad. Worth a try!
I would recommend the Kunefe dessert. I personally love the texture and perfect balance of the sweetness.
Food was nice and don’t miss out on Turkish Dessert - Kunefe”
Set within a carefully designed space with signature Turkish decor and art, Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant in Bugis is a dining experience you won’t forget. We recommend starting at this Singapore halal hotspot with a serving of lavash bread and pairing it with freshly made falafel, chicken wings and borek (a crispy filo pastry filled with Turkish feta and parsley). Then, if you’re craving a kebab, keep an eye out for the Derwish adana kuzu kebab filled with spicy charcoal grilled lamb and the special Derwish tomato sauce – it’s mouthwatering.
For those craving meat, be sure to try the Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant spicy rack of lamb cooked on the charcoal grill and served with vegetables; the iskender tavuk of chicken served on buttery ekmek bread and smothered with yoghurt and the special Derwish sauce, or the slow-cooked lamb shank with rosemary and tomato served with couscous. We also love the charcoal grilled salmon and any of the freshly made pide. In fact, it’s all delicious at this Mediterranean and Turkish halal restaurant in Singapore. Located in Bugis on Bussorah Street, your best bet is to book a table and discover it for yourself.