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Ottoman Turkish Cuisine

32 Haoyunjie Chaoyang, Beijing, China
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2 Oct 2015
“Very tasty, great restaurant”
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32 Haoyunjie Chaoyang, Beijing, China
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Reviewed 2 October 2015 via mobile

My favorite place in Beijing. Like to eat vegetarian food, this restaurant has lots of options. Every time enjoyed the food here. Great location and great food. Recommend this place

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  • Address: 32 Haoyunjie Chaoyang, Beijing, China
  • Location: Asia  >  China  >  Beijing
One of the few places in Beijing serving Turkish cuisine, Ottoman refrains from going down the road of over-the-top Turkish decoration and sports just the odd artefact. Food runs the gamut of Turkish cuisine. Lentil soup with a faint hint of mint is warming and hearty; a squeeze of lemon further enhances the flavour. Excellent appetisers include diced peppers and pickled chillies topped with yogurt; and diced tomatoes, potatoes and aubergine. As you’d expect from a Turkish restaurant, grilled meat is a speciality. A mixed grill of baby lamb chops, with spicy minced beef patties and chicken patties shows off grill skills to perfection, and is accompanied by a hot green pepper and sliced tomatoes.
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