Cafe Turko / Seattle

900 N 34th St at Istanbul Imports Seattle 98103
2062849954
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 10:00 - 21:30
Sat 10:00 - 22:00
Description

100 % ZABIHAH authentic Turkish food, kebabs, fresh baked pastries, soups, salads, mezze dishes, meat and cheese stuffed breads, Come and visit us in Fremont. COOKING CLASSES posted on web site

from official Facebook page
average 1308 votes
3.0
Tips from the Net @ Cafe Turko
Adam de Boor en
This place is bigger and somewhat louder than before, but the menu is just as large and the food just as good. A variety of hummus (I had the traditional and tasted my father's beet hummus, both excellent), good lentil soup. I had the döner kebab pita sandwich and it was nicely spiced, a little messy to eat but that's what napkins are for. Two kinds of baklava: the pistachio one was not too sweet, and the walnut one had an interesting bitterness to it. Plenty of vegetarian options. Love this place. GooglePlace - December 2017
Glib Gavryliuk en
Nice Turkish place. Great kebab and hummus. Very good coffee! Nice and polite staff. I will come back for sure! GooglePlace - November 2017
A M en
Quality of the food: Good Price: Fair Service: BAD... no salt and pepper, asked for bread and waited about 10 min. Disappointed :(( GooglePlace - November 2017
mountain dweller en
Food was great! I had a Turkish coffee and one of the kebab plates. I will come back. Service could be improved but I did not have a negative experience. Our waiter was helpful and hospitable. I will be coming back. GooglePlace - November 2017
Beth en
This place is very good for dining with a bunch of people on special diets, as gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options are all clearly marked, and all the food is halal. (That includes the fact that the restaurant does not serve any alcoholic beverages of any kind.) However, every time I've gone, the wait between ordering and getting food (and sometimes the wait between being seated and ordering) has been unbearably long, like over an hour. This is *with* a reservation. Also, I've found the food quality to vary from visit to visit. GooglePlace - September 2017