Set on the main stretch of the Down Town pedestrianised road and showcasing the finest in Turkish Cuisines; the Turkish House is a unique eatery that really speaks for itself.
An all-day restaurant; it has recently started opening from eight o’clock in the morning with a fully-packed menu for all of your breakfast needs. On top of the normal offerings of Foul, Falafel and Eggs – you are also able to order Pork Bacon and Sausages, a rarity in Egypt! The breakfast menu has been made so that you can request an English Breakfast Combo, an Oriental Breakfast Combo, or a Lighter option for the food-conscious eaters. If the set breakfast options are not what you fancy, you are welcome to choose from the mix-n-match menu to make your own plate of your favourite things. Fragrant Turkish Bread is made on site every morning, so that you get the freshly baked experience welcoming you as soon as you walk in the door, giving you that homely feeling.
The breakfast isn’t the only highlight of this talented restaurant; the afternoon and evening menu is most certainly worth returning for. Turkish Cuisine is known for its diversity because it has been created in a country based between two continents; combining spice blends and unique recipes means that the Turkish House really is a jack of all trades. The Mediterranean influences and Asian fusion mixes together to create the one single menu. Choose from starters of Turkish Mezza to share, to Tagins and Borek (Cooked cheese in filo pastry) and even a Pork Pie! The highlight of the menu has to be the infamous Grill plates; succulent meats such as Kofta and Doner Kebabs served with their own breads and salads – it is very popular with the locals. They also serve a wide range of vegetarian delights, catering to all tastes from beginning to end with so much to choose from. Finish off with authentic Baklava, a delicacy created with honey, nuts and layered filo pastries.
As the evenings draw in, the Turkish House is beautifully lit up by glowing warm lights and the comfortable seating makes a welcoming view over the hustle and bustle of El Gouna. This combined with friendly staff and excellent customer service skills makes the Turkish House well worth the visit.
The Turkish House is open seven days a week, openings for Breakfast at 8 o’clock, the breakfast menu finishes at twelve noon, then it swaps over to their Lunch/Dinner menu – they close at Midnight.