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Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

$24 based on 43 reviews
Alaturka is a Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant located at Bussorah Street. See what foodies like this place for
CanadianEater • 11 May 20147 reviews 0 followers

When we arrived we ignored for a very long time. Even when we grabbed someone they were reluctant to serve us...they said the kitchen was very busy. Clearly they don't understand that, even if the kitchen is busy, you acknowledge your customers. We ordered the Caprese salad, knowing it was a gamble as the quality of tomatoes in Singapore is very poor. I figured a nice Italian Trattoria would figure out how to get good tomatoes, but no, the tomatoes...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner30 votes
  • Quiet17 votes
  • After Work16 votes
  • Lunch16 votes
  • Children/Family13 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining11 votes
  • Hidden Find10 votes
  • Romance/First Dates8 votes
  • Chillout7 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering7 votes
  • People Watching6 votes
  • Supper5 votes
  • Private Dining4 votes
  • Boys Night Out3 votes
  • Fine Dining3 votes
  • Girls Night Out3 votes

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  • Meze Tabagi4 votes
  • Tavuk Sis (Chicken Skewer)3 votes
  • AlaturkaAlaturka
  • Shish TawookShish Tawook
  • HummusHummus
  • KunefeKunefe
  • Classic Turkish coffeeClassic Turkish coffee
  • Karisik kebabKarisik kebab
  • Meze Tabagi with the lavash bread by the sideMeze Tabagi with the lavash bread by the side
  • cheese breadcheese bread
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What others are saying...

CanadianEater • 11 May 20147 reviews 0 followers

When we arrived we ignored for a very long time. Even when we grabbed someone they were reluctant to serve us...they said the kitchen was very busy. Clearly they don't understand that, even if the kitchen is busy, you acknowledge your customers. We ordered the Caprese salad, knowing it was a gamble as the quality of tomatoes in Singapore is very poor. I figured a nice Italian Trattoria would figure out how to get good tomatoes, but no, the tomatoes...

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Sonal C • 15 Oct 201329 reviews 0 followers

This cozy little restaurant, situated on 16 Bussorah St, off Arab street has a charm of its own. Right from the purple flower theme decorating the brick walls, to the various artifacts adorning the walls, the place has an appeal of its own. Then it could be the beautiful ceiling lamps, or simply the evil eye or the blue ceramic clock suspended in the middle of the restaurant.
 
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Mark Heap • 28 Aug 20131 reviews 0 followers

I went to this place for lunch today with my wife. Unfortunately it was very disappointing. We started with hummus and felafel. The hummus was so-so the felafel were 'pappy' - just dense and claggy in the mouth, not light and fragrant as they should be.
We ordered two mains - both labeled as house specials - a lamb and beef kofte and a grilled chicken kebab. We ate about 4 mouthfuls of each and then asked for the bill....

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