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Anatolia Chargrill

140 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5LA

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  •  - Glasgow
  •  - Glasgow
  •  - Glasgow
  •  - Glasgow
  •  - Glasgow
  •  - Glasgow
Main course: £11
Food spend: £18

Anatolia is an authentic Turkish chargrill restaurant in Glasgow, providing delicious Middle Eastern cuisine. Full of character, the vibrant restaurant blends modern design with traditional Turkish style.

Featuring flavoursome dishes, the extensive menu has skewered spicy minced lamb with pine nuts, halloumi kebabs or sea bass with herbs grilled on the charcoal. There is a selection of tasty Turkish pizzas, along with mezze dishes and regular specials.

The interior at Anatolia restaurant features a contemporary dining room with colourful Turkish paintings and Middle Eastern-style furniture. With a warm, relaxing ambience, the service is friendly and knowledgeable.

On Vincent Street in Glasgow, Anatolia Chargrill offers traditional Turkish dining at affordable prices. Glasgow Central Rail Station is within easy reach.

Anatolia Chargrill

140 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5LA

Contact +44 1412218777

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Customer reviews for Anatolia Chargrill

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Recommended for

  • dinner (3)
  • romantic (3)
  • entertainment (2)
  • large parties (2)
  • lunch (2)
  • business (1)
  • child friendly (1)
  • luxury (1)
  • trendy (1)
  • ((((( 19 June 2011 by PollyK from Dundee

    We dined on a Saturday night. Great Atmosphere, nice surroundings. Enjoyed seeing the Belly Dancer. Loved the bread and tasty covers. We had the Meat platter for two. Excellent selection of lamb,chicken and shish etc along with mixed salad dishes. Followed by baclava, turkish tea and coffee. Not one bad thing to say about the Anatolia. Staff pleasant and attentive.

  • ((((( 13 February 2011 by JayBee from Kilmarnock

    Dined at 5.30pm - early pre-theatre dinner. No reservation but no problem getting table on a Saturday. Meal was perfect - took us right back to our holiday! Music not too loud. Typical of Turkish hospitality there was no hurry for us to finish and vacate the table. In fact, were so busy and keen to please that they brought our more tables and chairs for customers!

  • ((((( 29 December 2010 by carrie from Paisley

    took us straight back to our regular holidays in Turkey.. Food was beatiful and great portions and very reasonable price for the a la carte menu. Went with friends for there 1st turkish food experience and they also thoroughly enjoyed it also

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