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About Sufi's Corner

At Sufi’s Corner, situated in a cosy enclave at the intersection of bustling Arab Street and Baghdad in Singapore’s Bugis, guests enjoy authentic Turkish food prepared by experienced chef Gur Yucel in a charming restaurant environment. Just steps from tourist destinations like the Masjid Sultan mosque and the street’s bustling Arab markets, the restaurant provides traditional Turkish dishes at affordable prices in a historic part of Singapore. Delight your taste buds with Sufi’s succulent signature kebabs accompanied by freshly-baked lavash bread and end your meal on a sweet note with homemade baklava.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 12:00 am
Sunday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Monday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Tuesday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Wednesday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Thursday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Friday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Saturday
10:00 am - 12:00 am

Address

Sufi's Corner
56 Arab Street
Singapore 199753

More about Sufi's Corner, Singapore

Not far from the riverside down Arab Street, Sufi’s Corner is located in the popular Bugis area. Surrounded by many Middle Eastern restaurants, the restaurant stands out for its unique Turkish offerings and hearty dishes. Close to Singapore’s Esplanade, a long walking path along the river, tourists and residents alike flock to this romantic area of town. Another attraction on the riverbank, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, a major performing arts venue where Singaporeans attend world-renowned events, is just minutes away.

Singapore connoisseurs of Middle Eastern cuisine will be pleased to find, next to the usual favorites like hummus and tabbouleh, the menu presents a variety of unique Turkish dishes like Kuzu Firin with Rice (Turkish lamb shank) and Adana Kuzu (a minced meat kebab). Specials are typical at Sufi’s Corner and restaurant-goers are always offered a rotating soup of the day. Vegetarians are welcome at this Turkish establishment, with as many dishes to choose from as carnivores. Diners finish their meals with dessert, with choices ranging from Baklava to Kunefe, a sweet pastry made with cream cheese and honey. Check out Bugis’ favourite Arab Street Turkish restaurant now.

7 Sufi's Corner Reviews

Good
2.7/6
7 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Reasonable value
Atmosphere:Lively
Service:Great
Food:Good
Noise levels:Average
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"Great"
5/6
Barbara V.10 months ago · 16 reviews

Sufi's is a favorite of ours for mediteranean/Turkish food. The appetizer platter with babaganoesh/humus etc is divine and with lavash almost a full meal for two. However they have plenty of other delicious things on the menu. It's never very busy. Not super touristy like other place on Kampong Glam and I love the tiles on the tables. Price is very decent foe what you get also! All in all we'll go back again and again

"Good"
4/6
ZENA U.10 months ago · 1 review

Awesome ambience. Got surprise service for a birthday celebration, everyone loved it. Downside, menu needs to be abit more detailed, eg. ingredients used, suitable for how many pax, main or appetiser.... Price is worth it but we were not prepared to get the huge portion as we became superfull after only 1 dish. Wished we got to try more variety of food, if the menu told us how big the portion was

"Okay"
3/6
Jabed I.10 months ago · 1 review

The food was not cooked properly. The kebabs were hard, somewhat burnt. The rice tasted not right. The staff didn't have desert spoons and we had to ask for it. The cooking definitely needs improvement. However, the waiters were attentive to our needs and were helpful in suggesting dishes. We Didn't have to wait too long for the food.

"Okay"
3/6
Andrew D.10 months ago · 33 reviews

Moussaka was enjoyable, albeit a little too oily. Kofte was nothing like I've tried in Turkey. Seemed like a burger patty with meat minced together.