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Pinarbasi is a great restaurant located at the quieter, Coburg end of Sydney Road. The restaurant is brightly lit, with staff constantly whizzing about with food for the hungry hordes. The dancefloor in the middle of the room is a big attraction for kids wanting to run around. Long tables filled (mostly) with Turkish families [...]
Turkish cuisine is hard to come by south of the Yarra, but Marmara is still flying the flag – perfect for an after-work feed, a catch-up with mates (without blowing your budget) or just to sample traditional Turkish delicacies. The key to enjoying this place is to look past (as much as possible) the kebab [...]
If you’ve got a horde of hungry friends then Golden Terrace is a golden opportunity, but that’s really the only thing golden about it. While the decor probably hasn’t been updated since the 1980s, it’s clean, comfortable and serves its purpose well. The food comes out fairly quickly – before anyone’s tempted to start banging [...]
A longtime favourite for hungry Coburgers, Antalya sits opposite the suburb’s hottest rockstar-owned pub, the Post Office Hotel and, while the pub no longer brings in food from these neighbouring Turks, Antalya continues to attract locals and those willing to travel for Turkish food the way it’s meant to be done. Don’t expect nouvelle cuisine [...]
A compact little Turkish eatery down the Caulfield end of Glenhuntly Road, Arda is homely in all the right ways. They speedily serve hot bread, hummus and cacik dip as you sit to dine – a rather warming welcome. The interior is a fresh and modern change of pace from your usual local fare. As [...]