Cappadocia Cafe Restaurant

Located in the heart of Robertson Walk, Cappadocia Café & Restaurant is a favourite among expatriates and adventurous foodies alike. The family-run restaurant is one of the few in Singapore that serves authentic Turkish cuisine, at a very reasonable price too.

 

  • The Vibe 
    Step into a quaint restaurant filled with bits of Turkish charm. The restaurant’s layout is simple, with tables lined with elaborate tablecloths resembling Turkish rugs. Memorabilia like large Turkish carpets and framed pictures pepper the wall.

    Afternoons are rather quiet, given that the Robertson Quay area is more known for its nightlife. If you prefer to witness the area pulsating with activity, visit the restaurant in the evening, when the area comes alive.

  • The Food 
    The restaurant serves a wide selection of authentic meat and vegetarian Turkish food. It also has some Italian and Continental fare like Pasta and Fish & Chips to cater to less adventurous diners.

    Start off your meal with a Hot Turkish Apple Tea ($2)The tiny cup of piping hot tea packs a punch of fruity goodness and sweetness. The apple tea is also served cold for those who want a relief from Singapore’s sweltering heat.

    The Kiymah Yumurtali ($13.90) makes a great dish to share with friends. Essentially a Turkish version of the pizza, it boasts a crispy crust, topped with mince beef, mozzarella cheese and egg. The toppings taste light and moist, while the perfectly baked crust complements its’ texture perfectly.

    No Turkish meal is complete without its renowned Kebab. Try the Shish Kebab ($16.90) to experience a kaleidoscope of taste. Diners can choose between lamb, chicken or beef kebab. The meat is marinated and laced with a special home-made sauce and grilled to perfection on a skewer. The Kebab is served with some seasonal vegetables and Pilaf riceThe mixture of spices in the kebab and sweetness in the rice (it contains some raisins, corn and carrots) make an exciting culinary experience, almost like a roller coaster ride of different flavours and tastes.

    For those who prefer a lighter meal, the Turkish Farmer Salad ($8.50) is the thing for you. The dish consists of a huge bowl of Mediterranean salad topped with small cubes of cheese. The vegetables are refreshingly fresh and crisp, leaving you wanting more.

  • The Service 
    The restaurant staff are friendly and ensured that their diners are happy. If you are not sure what to select from the menu, don’t hesitate to ask for recommendations from them.

The SD Food Advisor’s take on Cappadocia
The prices here are reasonable and the food tastes good. The Robertson Walk area might be a little out of the way for some people, but Cappadocia also has a café located at Hotel Rendezvous in Bras Basah Road, so do pop by for a taste of authentic Turkish fare.

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