You may not know it, but Singapore is a superb place to explore the cuisine of Turkey. The Lion City has a history of trading with the Middle East and India, so dishes like kebabs have naturally filtered through over the centuries. However, more recently, authentic Turkish restaurants have opened in Singapore bringing with them a much more comprehensive choice of dishes. If all you know about Turkish food is doner kebabs, you're in for a treat when you explore all it has to offer via the Quandoo portal and app.
The eastern part of Singapore has a cluster of sublime Turkish restaurants. Some of them are situated right next to the shore in East Coast, where they provide a magical place to look out over the sea as you tuck into genuine Iskender kebabs or kofte meatballs. When you visit, you'll probably be surprised by the diversity of the menu. Along with meaty kebabs (naturally), there are lighter bites like pide (Turkish pizza). And when you're done, don't miss out on a slice of kunefe - a seductive blend of cheese pastry and sickly sweet syrup.
Over in western Singapore, Turkish restaurants are just as enticing. You'll find some superb places to eat around areas like Bukit Timah and Kent Ridge, including gourmet options on the Science Centre site - allowing you to entertain and educate your kids before treating them to kebabs and chips. Other places specialise in mezze, a selection of small dishes that are designed to be shared. If you want an instant tour of Turkish food, mezze restaurants in Singapore are the place to be, serving up spinach stuffed pastries, tabbouleh salads, hummus and cheese stuffed rolls. There's sure to be something for everyone to devour.
Then there are Turkish restaurants in Singapore's centre. If you're out shopping or soaking up the atmosphere in Bugis and you're tired of Chinese or Peranakan cuisine, check out some of the local Turkish restaurants instead. Just a stone's throw away from the downtown core, you can gorge yourself on vegetarian delights like mussaka and fill up on irresistible desserts like baklava. The best thing is, thanks to Quandoo, all of Singapore's best Turkish restaurants can be booked in seconds.