In Berlin you will find a variety of Turkish and other Oriental influenced or inspired restaurants. Hummus, stuffed vine leaves, marinated eggplants, couscous, grilled lamb and cold and warm starters like Meze are no longer exotic in Berlin, but can be found in many restaurants. The Top10 Berlin editorial team presents a variety of oriental restaurants, each with its own focus and yet showing the versatility of oriental cuisine. The interior of the presented restaurants is very different from traditional to trendy modern. Have fun discovering the oriental restaurants in Berlin.

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    The oriental restaurant Baba Pirzola at Wittenbergplatz offers traditional Meze and other Turkish grill dishes in an upscale modern ambience.

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    Moabit's Osmanya Restaurant is an Oriental restaurant serving Turkish-Ottoman cuisine.

  • Osmans Töchter | Foto: Luke Abiol

    The innovative Turkish restaurant Osmans Töchter (Osman's Daughters) in Prenzlauer Berg brings a new interpretation of Istanbul food to Berlin.

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    The genuine ambience of Cana Restaurant on Mitte's Neue Roßstraße will amaze you with Arab-Oriental food and a gorgeous view of the Spree.

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    Restaurant Qadmous near Volkspark Friedrichshain is one of Berlin's first original Lebanese restaurants.

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    The oriental restaurant Kreuzberger Himmel offers fine Syrian cuisine and a concept that helps refugees to find a perspective after their arrival to Germany.

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    Charlottenburg's Armenian restaurant Big Window is famous far beyond the city limits of Berlin: the world's best veal, literally melting on your tongue!

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    Fried spinach with onions and yogurt , lamb strips with a dried sauce of plum and saffron - Charlottenburg's Restaurant Hafis does its best to introduce its guests to fine Persian cuisine.

  • Foto: Hasır Group

    The Hasır is one of the oldest Turkish restaurants in Berlin. Meanwhile there are six Hasir restaurants in several districts of Berlin.

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    If you only think about Börek and Döner when it comes to Turkish cuisine - the Defne will show you that there is far more to it!