Kitchen Istanbul

Row 1

Details
349 Clement St (at 5th Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 753-9479
Turkish
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: Noon–2:30 PM Fri: Noon–2:30 PM Sat: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • You guys love it. Ask ibo to serve you
  • A "find" in the neighborhood. Good food: great happy hour with reasonably-priced appetizers & decent wines by the glass.
  • Good enough to make a date night or a dinner with a group of your friends (2 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Get the moussaka!
  • $5 falafel, lamb or chicken wraps for lunch, Monday through Friday. Great deal.
  • come between 5-7pm for $5 appetizers with purchase of an adult beverage
  • Tables sit right next to the fireplace in the back of this Turkish restaurant, so call ahead to ask to be seated nearby.
  • The Chicken Kebabs on a bed of chickpeas was so delicious!
  • Great for dates
  • The halloumi with mustard greens is to die for. The Turkish wine ("like a spicy Pinot noir") was silky and perfect. The chicken kabobs were tender and tasty, and the pot de creme rivals Bi-Rite's. Yum
  • They had some good dishes, such as the mussakaa.. But some other dishes were not a success at all. One reason was that it was raw. Maybe they were having a bad night.
  • The zucchini fritters were amaze-ball!
  • Clean and modern atmosphere.an unique place you can have their sophisticated Turkish cuisine.
  • Mkemmel bir ambiyans mkemmel yemekler ve gler yz kesinlikle denenmesi gereken bir yer..
  • Cheese stuffed cigars and Chocolate pot de creme were very good. I was less impressed by the moussaka though.
  • Lamb chops!
  • Their lamb meatball wrap is very tasty, juicy and only $7!i recommend it! Great staff and service.
  • The kebabs are good, and the hummus makes a good appetizer
  • Beyti was very unique and delicious!
  • The waiters were friendly and authentically Turkish. the food is definitely delicious, but the price is a bit steep for such a small portion it certainly is enough for one meal but no more than that.