Kabobs are what many people think of when they think of Turkish cuisine. So it’s not surprising that you’ll find plenty kabobs here, from skewered cuts of chicken and lamb to gyro-style platters of doner kebab. However, the chefs at Turkish Cuisine also offer ample opportunities to branch out to other Turkish favorites. Classic preparations include everything from familiar dishes like moussaka or beef stroganoff to new favorites such as karides guvec, a shrimp casserole topped with bechamel sauce and a layer of oven-melted cheese. Speaking of ovens: chefs also bake a full menu of traditional Turkish pies, whose flaky crusts conceal steamy fillings of beef, vegetables, eggs, and more.
The authenticity of the menu also extends to the restaurant’s ambiance. On Fridays and Saturdays, diners can take in hypnotic sets from the restaurant’s resident belly dancers.