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Ottoman Kebab & Grill

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Ottoman Kebab & Grill is is a halal-certified restaurant proud to be the first of its kind Turkish bistro in Singapore specializing in Turkish cuisine made only with the finest ingredients.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

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authentic Turkish food done the way it should

One of if not the best Turkish restaurants in Singapore. Humus and flat breads, great kebabs! Solid service and great value.

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  • Kunefe3 votes
  • Doner1 vote
  • Incik1 vote
  • Mutton Iskender1 vote
  • Pide1 vote
  • felafel1 vote
  • humous1 vote
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• 13 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

authentic Turkish food done the way it should

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One of if not the best Turkish restaurants in Singapore. Humus and flat breads, great kebabs! Solid service and great value.
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• 01 Mar 2015 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Delicious Turkish Food!

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For a full review, please visit - http://www.palulife.com/2015/02/ottoman-kebab-grill.html
 
 Exuding a café like ambience, Ottoman kebab and grill offers Turkish specialties such as homemade Pide, hommus,Doner, Mutton iskendar and Cheese Borek among others. The Chef Extraordinaire behind this restaurant is Ali Kose, a Turkish native who previously worked as a sous chef under Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay in his Michelin star restaurant Maze in London.
 
 With its brightly lit space and colorful interiors, this intimate diner takes you on a visual sojourn to Turkey. While the visuals are indeed pretty, its the food that takes the cake . A meal here offers a delectable experience for the palate.
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• 07 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

disappointing service, mediocre food

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the food was average and nothing to rave about except for the Pide bread that was soft and fluffy. Had travelled all the way from the West to the East after reading about it online but it turned out to be a waste of time, and to "top off" the mediocre experience - absolutely bad service to boot. Orders were left out, requests for service fallen upon deaf ears, and a manager who seemed totally inexperienced in handling the customer's concerns. Its only saving grace was probably Chef Ali who was earnest about trying to set things right, albeit a little too late. not going back there again unfortunately.
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