• Iskender Kebap

    Iskender Kebap is one of the most famous meat foods of northwestern Turkey and takes its name from its inventor, İskender Efendi (İskender meaning 'Alexander'), who lived in Bursa in the late 19th century.

    It is a kind of Doner Kebap prepared from thinly cut grilled lamb basted with hot tomato sauce over pieces of pita bread and generously slathered with melted sheep butter and yogurt.

  • Sultan Baba Iskender Kebap

    In order to offer the most authentic taste, Sultan Baba Iskender adheres to the traditional way of cooking and serving Iskender Kebap. We use CHARCOAL fired doner machine which is our own design. Although the machine is complex to use, the charcoal fire leaves a delicious taste on the meat. We use original butter and tomato paste which are sourced from Turkey.

  • Pideli Kofte – Meatballs with Pita

    It is a very similar dish to Iskender Kebap, the only difference being meatballs placed over the pita instead of doner. Delicious tomato sauce and melted butter topping and yoghurt on the side remain the same. This dish is a very famous specialty of Bursa.

  • Lahmacun 

    Lahmacun, "meat with dough", is an item of prepared food consisting of a round, thin piece of dough topped with minced meat (most commonly beef and lamb) and minced vegetables and herbs including onions, tomatoes and parsley. It is a major element of Turkish cuisine.

  • Cantik    

    Cantik is a special type of pita which is made only in Bursa. It looks like Lahmacun but it has a thicker dough and spicy topping. It is a traditional item of Turkish Bursa kitchen since Ottoman times.

  • Turkish Pide   

    We serve almost all types of Pide (known as Pita in English). These are:

    —Pita with Minced Meat
    —Pita with Cheddar Cheese
    —Pita with Lamb Cubes
    —Pita with Lamb Cubes and Cheddar Cheese
    —Pita with Soujouk
    —Mixed Pita

  • Pideli Kofte (Meatballs with Pita)

    Meatballs served on grilled pita bread, topped with tomato and hot butter sauce with yogurt on the side.

  • Adana Kebap

    Seasoned spicy ground lamb, charbroiled on a skewer. Served with pita bread, rice and grilled vegetables.

  • Urfa Kebap

    Seasoned ground lamb charbroiled on a skewer. Served with pita bread, rice and grilled vegetables.

  • Patlicanli Kebap (Kebap with Eggplant)

    Seasoned ground lamb with eggplant slice on skewer. Served with pita bread, rice and grilled vegetables.

  • Beyti Kebap (Grilled Kebap)

    A special skewer of kebap wrapped with a thin crisp layer of dough topped with tomato and hot butter sauce, served with burgul and yogurt.

  • Beyti Kebap in Doner

    Thin lamb and beef doner slices wrapped with a thin layer of dough topped with tomato and hot butter sauce. Served with burgul (special spices) and yogurt.

  • Kuzu Sis (Lamb Shish Kebap)

    Char grilled lamb cubes, cooked delicately in skewers and marinated in Turkish spices. Served with grilled vegetables.

  • Tavuk Sis (Chicken Shish Kebap)

    Marinated cubes of chicken breast char grilled on skewers and marinated in Turkish spices. Served with burgul, pita bread and grilled vegetables.

  • Tavuk Izgara (Grilled Chicken)

    Marinated chicken fillet char grilled on skewers.  Served with burgul, pita bread and grilled vegetables.

  • Izgara Kofte  (Grilled Meatballs)

    Char grilled meatballs made of lamb with a variety of spices. Served with grilled vegetables, rice and fried potato.

  • Pilav Ustu Et Doner (Meat doner with Rice)

    Lamb and beef doner served on rice with tomato and fries on the side.

  • Sucuk Izgara  (Grilled Soujouk)

    Special Turkish Soujouk char grilled and served with rice and fries on the side.

  • Desserts

    Künefe - Künefe is considered to be one of the most delicious Turkish desserts, especially in the city of Antakya (Antioch) located on the Mediterrenean Sea, in Southern Turkey. It is a traditional and common dessert of Turkish and Arabic cuisines.

    Baklava - Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the Ottoman and Arabic cuisines. We import Baklava from Turkey.
    Kadayif
    Pistachio Rolls
    Saray Sarma

  • Drinks

    Limonata – special Turkish fresh lemonade
    Laban

     

     

     

     

 

 

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