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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2017

 

Galata Turkish Restaurant

(04) 2321-9515
23, Lane 117, MeiCun Rd, Sec 1, 2F, West Dist
Hours: 11 am-9:30 pm

Named after the famous Istanbul tower, Galata offers an upscale setting and taste of authentic Turkish barbecued dishes prepared by chef Cafer Usta, who has 50 years of Turkish cooking experience. The meats are well-seasoned and side dishes are delectable, with many items made from scratch. Spices, teas and coffee are also all imported from Turkey. Various chicken, beef and lamb kebabs (NT$320-600)--skewered meats cooked on a grill--are popular and a Mixed Kebab Platter (NT$650) allows diners to sample all of them. The Mixed Meatball Beyti (NT$380) is a delicious beef and lamb meatball wrapped in Turkish lavash bread and covered with tomato sauce and fresh yogurt. Appetizers include Shakshuka (NT$100)--potatoes and eggplant mixed with oil, tomatoes and spices--and Mushrooms with Yogurt (NT$80). The Potato Dumpling (NT$350) and Rice Stuffed Bell Pepper (NT$200) are among vegetarian choices, and beverages include Turkish Tea (NT$90), Turkish Coffee (NT$120) and Ayran (NT$120), a cold, salted yogurt drink. --By Taylor Melton, translated by Anna Yang

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