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On entering Anatoli Turkish Restaurant in Green Point, one is enveloped with a sense of warmth and a feeling of being in Turkey. Owned and managed by Tayfun Aras, Anatoli is housed in a Victorian warehouse which was built in 1904 and has been serving up Cape Town’s best Turkish food since 1984.
This is my all time favourite restaurant in Cape Town - a little pricey, but worth it every time! Pro tip: skip the mains and feast on a variety of small dishes from the mezze tray with Anatoli's homemade bread.
Excellent Turkish food - skip the mains and just have a delicious meal made up of excellent mezze and Anatoli's own bread. Save space for a dessert, it's well worth it!
This Turkish restaurant is a Cape Town institution. The food is absolutely delicious and the historic venue with its warm colors and double volumes creates a great ambience. The waiter will bring you a massive platter with mezze (tapas) to choose from and order. We often forego the main course and…
A family run restaurant offering the most superb Turkish food in beautifully decorated, authentic premises
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