Below is a list of the top and leading Turkish Restaurant in Atlanta. To help you find the best Turkish Restaurant located near you in Atlanta, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Atlanta’s Best Turkish Restaurant:
The top rated Turkish Restaurant in Atlanta, GA are:
- Cafe Agora – makes you very extraordinary and eclectic tastes
- Nicola’s Restaurant – is a Lebanese restaurant promoting middle eastern cuisine
- Delbar Middle Eastern – make staple foods from the Middle East together in one setting
- Taverna Plaka – a neighborhood of the Gods. “Taverna” is the Greek word for tavern
- Aviva by Kameel Midtown – has been the pinnacle of a life’s work that is now rising into the next generation
Cafe Agora makes you very extraordinary and eclectic tastes representing the Aegean Coasts’ conventional food here in Atlanta. The name of the Cafe comes from a very remarkable meeting place in Greece. An agora acted as a marketplace and a forum to the citizens of the polis. The most well-known Agora places were constructed at Ephesus based in Turkey and Athens established in Greece. The most famous Agora is protected in Turkey, Izmir as the Agora Open Air Museum of Izmir.
Buckhead Menu, Midtown Menu, Catering
“Food was delicious! The customer service was excellent. The food was well prepared and fresh! It was hot as well! I recommend this place for your gyro needs. Prices were reasonable too!.” – Kenya J.
Nicola’s Restaurant is a Lebanese restaurant promoting middle eastern cuisine, established by Nicola H. Ayoub born in the mountain city of Zahle in 1946. His wife and he acquired a property at 1602 La Vista Road where he launches Nicola’s Restaurant. His logic of business was, is, and always will be to have an excellent product that is reasonably priced and offer it with a smile. The result will consistently be success and happiness.
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“The most fresh Middle Eastern food – babaganous, tabeauli, humus, and more! This is the only restaurant that serves dolma (grape leaves) with meat inside in addition to the traditional vegetarian option. Come for the food or the festive atmosphere. Nicola Is The Life of Party! Celebrate your birthday or any special occasion here. Everyone dances and has a great time. They also have belly dancers to keep you entertained. This is a great family friendly restaurant. Oh Bring $ingles to tip the dancers and other patrons that dance! Everyone makes it rain on everyone!.” – Orlando L.
Delbar Middle Eastern
Delbar Middle Eastern make staple foods from the Middle East together in one setting, to give you the ultimate dining experience. Translating to “heart, captured” in Farsi, Delbar is a love letter to the significant dishes that molded Fares Kargar’s youth and the women in his life who infused his deep appreciation for Middle Eastern cooking.
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“Very good, fresh and authentic. The food was delicious and the service was very good. Delbar is very clean with a very nice decor. My only gripe is that the food was not really hot which seems to be the norm in Atlanta.” – Nafis Z.
Taverna Plaka, a neighborhood of the Gods. “Taverna” is the Greek word for tavern not only a restaurant or a bar, but both with amusement, dancing, and music. Usually, you gather with friends and family at Taverna Plaka to eat, drink, talk, laugh, dance and party. So, have fun, appreciate and share your plate with a friend.
Restaurant Menu, Private Dining & Catering, Reservations
“Great place. Awesome atmosphere. The food was incredible, and I can honestly say way too much. But, in a good way. Reasonable prices as well, especially for Atlanta. The belly dancer entertainment was a fun touch. Family-friendly as well. Saturday evening they have a DJ starting around like 7ish. Definitely worth a trip.” – Steve C.
Aviva by Kameel Midtown
Aviva by Kameel Midtown has been the pinnacle of a life’s work that is now rising into the next generation. Born in Nazareth, as the youngest of 11 children, Kameel Srouji’s eagerness for food began at an early age. He willingly helped his mother and sisters make family meals that were often assisted by extended family and neighbors. His mother infused culinary principles in Kameel that he has conveyed throughout his career as a Chef and Restaurateur.
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“Looks like I’m following the crowd on the 5-star rating, but it was just that good. It is not the food, it is not the service, it is not the fast-food location, it is everything. The free soup is fantastic.” – Richard P.
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