Turkish restaurants in Sydney
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Shamelessly kitsch Erciyes flaunts its fluoro lighting, mirror-faced wall, plastic table cloths, disco ball and audience-participatory belly-dancing on Friday and Saturday nights. No one’s pretending that this is anything more than a good-value, good-time Turkish eatery with a big screen for big Fenerbahçe SK soccer games. Twenty-two types of Turkish bread!
The cafe up front serves quick takeaway meat pies and kebabs, along with some excellent dips - try the jajik (cucumber, yogurt and garlic). If it's good Turkish pizza you're after, you won't go away hungry. For something fancier, come at night, when the BYO restaurant does similar fare but with belly dancing as well (Friday and Saturday only).