Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC


@dcfoodeater
😋 Ankara has excellent Turkish & Mediterranean food. A wide array of cold and hot mezze dishes, entrees, grills and pide will take diners on a culinary tour of Turkey and Mediterranean. Thank you @rudefoodpics for organizing this amazing event! 🍥 Mezze’s of Ankara: 6 small portions of Hummus, Yaprak Dolma, Babaganus, Shaksuka, Htipiti and Spicy Haydari. ($22) 🌱 Yaprak Dolmasi: Grape leaves stuffed with rice and herbs. ($8) 🍖 Roasted Short Ribs: Fall-off-the-bone roasted short ribs. Served with roasted vegetables. ($38) 🦐 Grilled Shrimps: Seasoned with garlic, herbs and butter. ($18) 🍣 Grilled Salmon: Wild caught Atlantic salmon on top of sautéed spinach with creamy butter sauce. ($28) 🌮 Lahmacun: Spicy minced beef, tomatoes, pepper, onions, parsley and garlic. ($12) 🍕 Spinach Pide: Sautéed spinach and onions with mozzarella and feta. ($11) 🍘 Falafel: Fried chickpea patties with hummus ($12) 🥢 Sigara Böreği: Crispy phyllo rolls stuffed with feta cheese and parsley. ($9) 🥗 Kale Salad: Kale, red cabbage, roasted almonds and parmesan cheese with olive oil and vinegar. ($9) 🥒 Kabak Dolmasi: Zucchini filled with ground beef, rice and topped with tomato yogurt sauce. ($12) 🧀 Cheese Pide: Feta, mozzarella and tomato with tomato sauce. ($11) 🥩 Lamb Chops: Grilled lamb chops seasoned with herbs on top of “Shaksuka”. ($18) 🍽 Ankara 📍 1320 19th St NW, Washington DC, 20036 ☎️ (202) 293-6301
🕰 Mon-Fri 11am-10:30pm; Sat-Sun 10am-10:30pm 🇹🇷 Turkish Food, Mediterranean Food
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Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC 1320 19th Street Northwest
Washington DC The 1st day of January 🍴
ᴡᴇ ᴏʀᴅᴇʀᴇᴅ: 🧿 ꜱɪɢᴀʀᴀ ʙᴏʀᴇɢɪ 🧿 ʜᴀʟʟᴏᴜᴍɪ 🧿 ᴄʜɪᴄᴋᴇɴ ᴋᴇʙᴀʙ ‎حلال 🧿 ᴛᴜʀᴋɪꜱʜ ᴛᴇᴀ 🧿 ꜱᴜᴄᴜᴋʟᴜ ᴘɪᴅᴇ ‎حلال 🧿 ᴘᴀꜱᴛɪʀᴍᴀ ᴘɪᴅᴇ ‎حلال 🧿 ʟᴀʜᴍᴀᴄᴜɴ 🧿 ᴀᴅᴀɴᴀ ᴋᴇʙᴀʙ (listed from first picture to last)
DC restaurants are currently banning indoor dining until the 15th Jan so we sat outside where they had heaters and fires next to the tables and a covered top. We had a LOT of Turkish tea and fell in love with the halloumi and sigara boregi (stuffed cheese phyllo rolls) we ordered more! The waiter said a few things on the menu were ‎حلال which included chicken, Turkish sausage and the cured beef and ofcourse the fish and veg dishes.
The husband and I ordered the sucuklu pide (spiced turkey sausage) and the pastirma pide (cured beef) which were both ‎حلال and we enjoyed them a lot! I do wish they were a little bigger and that the entire menu offered ‎حلال meat (I didn’t try the lahmacun or the Adana kebab as they weren’t ‎حلال but the presentation looked great)!
Overall I enjoyed the experience the food was great and came out hot and the service was really quick.
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Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC
Ankara Turkish restaurant Washington DC