Turkish Cuisine Coupons and Deals
Serving as the crossroads of Europe and Asia has helped Turkey develop a diverse cuisine inspired by both continents' traditions and favorite truck stop snacks. Sample dishes from the Silk Road turnpike with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $40 worth of Turkish food and drinks for two $40 for $80 worth of Turkish food and drinks for four or more See the full menu
You can sit in a booth and eat a deep-dish pie at many places around Chicagoland, but there's only one place where you relax on pillow seating while sampling a Turkish pizza topped with ground beef, peppers, lettuce, onion, and tomato. Enjoy this lush dining experience with today's deal from Turkish Cuisine, where $15 gets you $30 worth of food and non-alcoholic drinks to spend anytime -- or $35 to spend Monday through Wednesday. Helmed by six Turkish chefs with different culinary styles, this genuine Eurasian eatery in Andersonville dishes out traditional and exotic plates like fried eggplant stuffed with walnuts and pomegranate or layers of Turkish fried bread, yogurt sauce, sliced gyro meat, and tomato sauce. Surrounded by beautiful tapestries and warm red brick walls, you'll know you're getting a one-of-a-kind meal as you sample hearty portions of grilled kebabs, lamb dumplings, and more.
The warm red brick walls, the kilim weavings covering some of the seating, the bustle of the bakery set at the end of the dining room and the beat of Turkish pop music make this a cozy yet lively spot. Couples, families and single diners will all find a welcoming atmosphere. Authentic Turkish food, with lots of eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, grilled cebabs and yogurt sauces. The good-size portions should keep hearty eaters happy, while the hot and cold appetizers, traditionally combined to make a mix of nibbles for the whole table, are a lighter meal alternative. Do you like to be entertained while you dine? Come on Friday nights for live Turkish music performances, or Saturday nights for the belly dancing. A taste of Turkey comes pretty cheaply at this Andersonville spot. One of the restaurant's specialty dishes is called iskender: layers of Turkish fried bread, yogurt sauce, sliced gyros meat and tomato sauce. Another popular choice is Turkish pizza with ground beef, peppers, lettuce, onion and tomato. In the meantime you can try the Turkish coffee or fountain juices, available in sour cherry, lemon or orange. Seating for 100 includes pillow seats, and most tables have a view of the open kitchen. On Friday and Saturday evenings, you can listen live Turkish and Russian music and a belly dancer show. Have you ever heard of Shish Kebab? Pieces of lamb grilled over charcoal - a delicious Turkish dish, well-known by people who have visited Istanbul. What about Döner Kebab? A roll of lamb on a vertical skewer turning parallel to a hot grill - a typical Turkish dish. Turkish Yogurt and other specialties: Pilav and Dolma (the name given to grape leaves, or green peppers stuffed with rice and spices) might not be familiar to you, but Turkish sweets Lokum (Turkish Delight) and Baklava are worldwide famous...If you are interested in ethnic food, come and try the Turkish Cuisine!