Turkish Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Called 'one of the most distinctive restaurants to arrive on the Boulevard in years' by Vegas Magazine, Chef Danny Elmaleh's modern Mediterranean & Turkish cuisine and variety of cocktails & wines qualify Cleo as a must visit.
A family-owned and operated restaurant with mainly Iranian, Turkish & Persian influence in its cuisine, Zaytoon is home to some of the best kabobs one can lay hands on in Las Vegas. They offer a big variety of Turkish, Greek & Iranian Desserts as wel
Shawarma Plus serves great Mediterranean food with many Lebanese, Turkish and Middle Eastern delicacies on its menu. There are a variety of gyros, shawarmas, kabobs, salads, wraps, falafels, paninis, hummus and rice dishes to choose from.
Shish Kabob House is a Mediterranean restaurant in Las Vegas with Middle Eastern, Armenian and Turkish influences in the food. As the restaurant name suggests, Shish kabobs are the main attraction of its menu and they are literally mouth-watering.
An extremely popular eating joint serving Mediterranean fusion food in Las Vegas with an impressive list of gluten-free items. It is slightly pricey but the large portion sizes and incredible quality of the food makes up for it.
Sivas Vegas boasts to be the best hookah lounge closest to the strip with over 20 flavors to select from. Sivas' Mediterranean cuisine takes more of a Turkish influence while keeping to the main flavors of the traditional dish.
Don't let the name confuse you because American Gypsy Cafe serves authentic Persian/Iranian and Turkish fair. The menu is pretty elaborate with an impressive entree and beverages section. Try the lamb shanks or the soltani beef kabob while there.
Istanbul Mediterranean's specialty is the Authentic Turkish Doner that is made from Halal meat. They have seasoned chicken and meat with both traditional Turkish spices and herbs. It has a touristy atmosphere. Prices range from $11-$30. Amazing food.
A casual, family-owned restaurant in Las Vegas known for its great Mediterranean & traditional Turkish food and friendly, attentive service. Baklava, hummus, kebabs, Turkish coffee, lamb iskender kabobs, fragrant rice'every item on the menu is a hit.
Marash ice cream has an interesting history in that a Turkish food enthusiast created it by accident while trying to make a salep. Made of goat milk and identified by its creaminess and stretchy texture, Marash is the only place to have it in LV.