19 Numara Bos Cirrik II

Restaurants , Turkish Stoke Newington
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19 Numara Bos Cirrik II
Jitka Hynkova
19 Numara Bos Cirrik II

Branch of the original Dalston ocakbasi.

Venue name: 19 Numara Bos Cirrik II
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Address: 194 Stoke Newington High Street
London
N16 7JD
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Alex PD
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An incredible place to try some of the best Turkish food in London. It's fairly small and gets packed on on a weekend evening quite quickly, but the service is quick and very good. The food itself is the main event here. For starters I enjoyed probably the best falafel I've ever heard, perfectly crispy outside and moist and flavoursome in the middle. The chicken shish for mains were also perfectly tender, with flavour running right through. They are served with huge salads to go with the meats and breads (themselves amazing!) and all washed down with lashings of Turkish wine. It's not super cheap but is decently priced, and if you're not in the area this is definitely worth travelling to!

Manningalive
Tastemaker

Tucked away at the top of the high street next to KFC you could easily miss this place. An average looking Turkish amongst a street full of Turkish restaurants. I can safely say this is the best. The Yorgurtlu Cop Sis is a must, delivering in both size and flavour.  Enjoy alongside a selection of house salads, the onion in pomegranate sauce is an absolute winner, and pitta bread. Word of note, don't go expecting fine dining, the restaurant is small with bland decor and full of locals, and you'd be mad not to go. A London institution.

James Manning

Best lahmacun in Stokey? Probably. Where else can you get something this delicious for two quid? I go here every time I'm on Stoke Newington High Street and it hasn't let me down yet, except one time when they said they just didn't have any lahmacun. I was devastated but I had a halloumi wrap instead and it was also fucking great. Go there when you're sober, go there when you're drunk, just go there. Or go to the original in Dalston – it's apparently just as good, but there's more competition down there from the likes of Mangal and Ali Baba. These things matter, okay?