• Pamukkale

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Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. The main dishes are primarily meat-based, but some of the appetizers are vegan suitable when you ask to omit the yogurt garnish. Has stuffed peppers and eggplants (cold), salads, bread, and others. Belly dancing events. Smoking is permitted. Open Mon-Sun 12:00pm-12:00am.

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9 Reviews

First Review by verdandi


Points +406

14 Sep 2022

No vegan food available

I went there and they said they don’t have Vegan options but vegetarian and after tell me they can’t make anything Vegan besides the Falafel, they came with the option of 3 sauces to eat with a salad, a expensive salad.
But I was glad I didn’t ordered the salad cos I ordered the falafel that supposedly should come with Hummus, but when arrived was 3 falafels and one mini(they said they didn’t have enough material to make more) and in the place of the hummus one lettuce, I asked where is the hummus, the waitress said they didn’t have any hummus left, the details is she never asked if it was okay the change and the price was the same as if it comes with a Hummus.



Points +165

09 Oct 2019

Stoked to find Turkish food in Shinjuku

Turkish owner has great English and can make up a vegan and authentic Turk pizza on request. My spinach pizza was delicious. Salad was super fresh. Very keen to go back for the mercimek corba and a falafel dish. Staff were super welcoming and kind, felt right at home.


Points +17

07 Jun 2019

Not the best

Not many vegetarian options especially when it comes to mains, and they weren't very helpful either. The service was slow too despite it being quiet. Ordered a Margherita pizza (not vegan) and it was good, but honestly disappointed that it was the only thing I could really eat.

Pros: Good pizza, Nice atmosphere (apart from the smoke)

Cons: Smoking everywhere (it stinks), Not many options at all, Slow service


Points +116

11 Sep 2018

Smoking only

Smoking only — no non-smoking section

Cons: Smoking only


Points +39

21 Nov 2017


Mixed Meze plate was delicious although the bread was rather Japanese soft than Turkish crisp.

Hallo The bill was remarkably higher than expected what left some mixed feelings.


Points +23

25 Aug 2016

Fresh and delicious

The staff here are very kind, the restaurant is beautifully decorated. The green salad was large, fresh, and delicious. We also loved the hummus and lentil soup. A great spot in Shinjuku.

Yumi chen

Points +34

18 Nov 2014

I feels so good

In Japan we are not eating some vegetable food and now you can try the store they have any The Decius food alright


Points +128

10 Jun 2014

Great for Veg-Friendly nights out!

At first the menu might look pretty meaty but there are actually plenty of vegetarian options available. We love to fill up on the sharing plate which has veggie sticks with various dips/bean salad - order a couple of the little breads to go with it and it's very filling! Their salads and Turkish pizzas (several are meat free but not sure of veg status of the cheese) are also delicious. Several items on the menu seem vegan-friendly or could be adapted to be so but I would recommend checking in advance. In the evening there is also a reasonable nomihodai (all you can drink) deal which makes it good for a night out with friends.

Pros: Great atmosphere, Some English spoken

Cons: A little hard to find the first time


Points +54

Mostly Veg
20 Jun 2012

authentic, fun place! a taste of Turkey in Tokyo

Owner is a Turkish expat who makes you feel very welcome. The walls are lined with Turkish knickknacks, and many of the waiters are Turks.
Food is excellent, with great salads and apps. Try the soslu patlican (eggplant sauce) and coban salatasi (traditional salad). Omnis will be pleased with chicken shish kebab, which my dad liked.

Pros: friendly, trilingual menu, cool decor

Cons: veg options not clearly marked

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