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Alaturka

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Alaturka is a Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant located at Bussorah Street.

Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 62940304
$23 based on 60 submissions
Dinner (30 votes), Quiet (17 votes), After Work (16 votes)
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Ok Turkish food...

Review first appears here on CityNomads.com.... Alaturka is one of Singapore's few Turkish restaurants (as the name suggests). Located in the Arab Street area, they serve up reasonably authentic Turkish cuisine which is somewhat of a rarity in Singapore. This place is no frills but the interior is actually pretty cool. A decent place if you've got a hankering for some grilled meats.

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  • moussaka6 votes
  • Meze Tabagi4 votes
  • Tavuk Sis (Chicken Skewer)3 votes
  • Bread2 votes
  • cucumber an yoghurt salad2 votes
  • lavash bread2 votes
  • Any of the grills1 vote
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• 10 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Nice place, food is disappointing.

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We ordered Falafels, they were over fried and under seasoned, very bland and lacking flavor. The kebabs were also lacking flavor, they were served with "brown sauce". I don't think there is anything Turkish about brown sauce. Moussaka was also cooked in brown sauce and the only tomatoes to be found were 2 small slices resting on top as a garnish. We hoped for a nice dessert to end our meal, unsurprisingly, the baklava was as disappointing as the previous courses. If you want a Turkish meal experience, don't eat at Alaturka
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• 12 Sep 2014 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

Ok Turkish food...

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Review first appears here on CityNomads.com.... Alaturka is one of Singapore's few Turkish restaurants (as the name suggests). Located in the Arab Street area, they serve up reasonably authentic Turkish cuisine which is somewhat of a rarity in Singapore. This place is no frills but the interior is actually pretty cool. A decent place if you've got a hankering for some grilled meats.
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• 11 May 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Poor service, really bad tomatoes

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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 were even worse than you find in Fair Price. The pasta took a long time coming due to the slow kitchen, and was not bad, but not fantastic.
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