De Waterkant, Cape Town

Anatoli Turkish Restaurant

Cafés & Eateries / Casual Dining in or near De Waterkant, City Bowl in Cape Town, South Africa.

Eating Out in De WaterkantAnatoli Turkish Restaurant

Cafés & Eateries Atlantic Seaboard City Bowl

Where? 24 Napier Street, De Waterkant / Green Point, 8005, Cape Town

When? Monday to Saturday from 18h30 until late.

How? Call +27 (0)21 419-2501

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in De Waterkant, in Western Cape

On entering Anatoli Turkish Restaurant in Green Point, one is enveloped with a sense of warmth and a feeling of being in Turkey. Owned and managed by Tayfun Aras, Anatoli is housed in a Victorian warehouse which was built in 1904 and has been serving up Cape Town’s best Turkish food since 1984.

Almost too hot to touch, freshly baked flat breads are carried to the tables to accompany the meze, presented on oversized trays. As is the tradition, waiters will explain the mezes available, numbering over 20 in total. Due to the infinite variety of fish, meat, fruits and vegetables produced in Turkey and the numerous cultures that took roots in ancient Anatolia, contemporary Turkish food is amazingly varied. At Anatoli Turkish Restaurant one can feel that the main dishes available reflect this clearly.

Most people with even a mildly adventurous palate have heard of or tried baklava or kadayif. These two flaky, pastry types of desserts dominate Anatoli’s dessert tray, although there are an infinite variety of others. Come and enjoy this amazing cuisine and experience a slice of Turkey. Anatoli is also available for hiring, two of its large rooms together or separate.

Anatoli Express has opened it`s doors on 15th of May 2012 and is the baby sister of Anatoli Restaurant,operating from 07:00 till 16:00. The food is simple, variety is big and like Anatoli the theme is truly Turkish. You can find traditional breakfast pastries like simit,poðaça and börek. Turkish teas and coffee are served as well as proper Barrista coffee all day long. Lunch is lamb or chicken kebabs, meatballs, falafel and a selection of freshly prepared mezes.

Additional Reading
For more info and a fiurst hand review, see "Anatoli - a little piece of Istanbul in De Waterkant"

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in De Waterkant

Quayside 1205

Self Catering

Quayside 1205

Quayside 1205 is a luxury self catering apartment situated in De Waterkant. With views of Table Mountain, the apartment ... more

CQL2 Bedroom Luxury

Self Catering

CQL2 Bedroom Luxury

Cape Quarter Living offers luxury two bedroom apartments in De Waterkant. There are four self catering units each with ... more

905 Dockside

Self Catering

905 Dockside

905 Dockside is a luxury 1 bedroom apartment (sleeps 4) with spectacular harbour and city views in De Waterkant, Cape ... more


Please let us know if anything on this page is outdated or contains inaccuracies. Click here to send us feedback if this is your service/activity.

©Unauthorised use of the
photos is strictly prohibited. has been assisting travellers with their South Africa travel plans since 1999, and is the largest online travel guide for South Africa available in both English and German. © 1999-2017. All Rights Reserved. Find and book hotels and accommodation in South Africa. Sitemap