Our team loves Turkish food – and we know that a lot of our readers are too! This is why we decided that it’s time to make a list of all of our favourite Turkish restaurants in Bromley and share it with you!
Top 4 Turkish Restaurants In Bromley You Must Visit
The first Turkish restaurant on our list is Havet – an extremely beautiful place with a stylish interior, friendly staff, and, of course, divine food influenced not only by the Turkish but also Cypriot cuisine which is a fabulous combination.
They have a huge selection of traditional hot and cold starters, however, we highly recommend you order one of their Platters that are perfect for sharing. That way you will be able to try more starters for half the price. For example, they have a Meze Platter for two that is £9.45!
Next on the menu are all of the main dishes including charcoal-grilled meats, salads, and a few other traditonal Turkish main dishes. We usually get the Lamb Adana, the Lamb Doner, or the Spicy Chicken Shish with, of course, a side of the traditional Turkish Baldo rice (cooked in vegetable stock, flavoured with browned vermicelli) and Coleslaw. We also really enjoy their Seabass and the Pan Fried King Prawns!
Address: 195-199 High St, Bromley BR1 1NN
Their hot starters include Mitite Kofte (grilled lamb meatball with tomato sauce), Halloumi, Falafel, etc. The cold starters include Cacik, Spinach Tarator, Hummus, etc.
The main dishes they offer include wraps – the Chicken Shish Wrap is our favourite, kebabs – we recommend the Mixed Kebab (lamb, chicken, lamb kofte, lamb chop, two pieces of chicken wings, served with a salad, bulgur) and the Lamb Shish Iskender (served with a buttery sauce, yoghurt), Moussaka, a few fish and seafood dishes as well as quite a lot of Vegetable main dishes perfect for Vegans and Vegetarians. If you do not eat meat then go for a Veggie Moussaka or Imam Bayildi (aubergine stuffed with onions, tomatoes, green peppers, pine nuts, served with a salad and bulgur)!
And, of course, do not miss the homemade Baklava or the Rice Pudding – our favourite Turkish desserts!
Address: 44 Station Approach, Hayes, Bromley BR2 7EJ
Another incredible Turkish restaurant is Kekik Kitchen. Not only is the food incredible but the atmosphere is luxurious and welcoming. The interior is stunning – bright venue, yellow comfortable upholstery, and gold beautiful chandeliers! You will be impressed!
Starters include hot and cold meze – Tarama, Hummus, Baba Ghanoush, Kisir, Lamb Liver, Turkish sausage, etc.
Their main dishes are traditional kebabs, wraps, a few other seafood main dishes as well as a few vegetarian options!
We love all of their kebabs – which are served with rice and a salad. We also enjoy the Lamb Shish Wrap, the Turkish Sausage and Halloumi Wrap, and the Falafel and Hummus Wrap which is also a great option if you don’t eat meat!
Address: 226 High St, Bromley BR1 1PQ
Last but definitely not least on our list is Lezz-et Mangal – a warm, cosy, and inviting lovely restaurant with, once again, a beautiful interior. It’s rustic yet modern and stylish! It’s an incredible place to enjoy a delicious dinner with friends or family so we highly recommend you visit whenever you are craving Turkish cuisine!
They use only fresh ingredients and follow traditional Turkish recipes. The chefs often even visit Farmers Markets in the area where they pick the freshest vegetables and herbs suitable for the dishes!
We often start off with a Lentil soup – which is a favourite of ours. We also love their Falafel, Stuffed vine leaves with rice, the Ezme Salad, and the Baba Ghanoosh!
When it comes to their main dishes, we highly recommend you try the Yogurtlu Chicken Shish (served with tomato sauce, butter, and yoghurt), the Yogurtlu chicken beyti (minced chicken, garlic, chilli flakes, tomato sauce, yoghurt, butter), the Chicken Wings, Moussaka, and Sarma Lamb Beyti!
And for dessert, we usually either go for Baklava or their Ferrero rocher Ice Cream!
Address: 16 Bromley Hill, Bromley BR1 4JX