Emirgan Sutis, Sharjah

As bloggers, we rarely dine in Sharjah but it’s always a pleasure to discover new restaurants. Al Majaz Waterfront is a hub for dining and a good place for families to chill with musical fountains and a view to admire. We had Turkish lunch at Emirgan Sutis which is established since 1953 in 5 counties.

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Interiors

Sutis has a lovely set up indoors and outdoors. They have an open kitchen and upstair dining as well. The look of the restaurant is real fancy. We decided to sit indoors with a view!

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Drinks

I got myself a freshly squeezed Orange juice and Dubaigirl got herself Pomegranate juice. Both the juices were refreshing and A+ quality.

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Starters

The best part about starters is Fresh bread and Sutis was serving many kinds while many 5 stars don’t. We got Halloumi Salad, some Hummus with Doner and Turkish yogurt also known as Haydari. All the dishes exceeded our expectations.

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Pide and Lahmachun

We ordered 3 different ones. Pita with sojouk was the best and got the popular vote! The Lahmachun was crispy and spicy which we loved. The mixed pide had meat, cheese and mincemeat.

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Main course

I ordered myself Kebab with yogurt which was hands down the best Turkish dish I’ve had in a long time. Succulent pieces of meat with garlic butter and mushy pieces of bread was just outstanding.

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There was a fire lit under all the dishes served on a hot plate and all of them had a great presentation.

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Dubaigirl got herself Bayti Kebab which came with a side of Burgul. The bread rolled around wasn’t crispy as expected but was still delicious.

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Our +2 got some Grilled Chicken and Iskander Kebab for which both had positive feedback.

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The traditional Turkish Kebab Iskander also came with juicy pieces of done and side of Yogurt on a hot plate.

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Desserts

Of course, I had to satisfy my sweet tooth with Havuc dillimi baklava which came with an option of cream or ice cream! I chose the latter and truly enjoyed every bite.

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We also got some Turkish ice cream and Chocolate Muhalabiya for the table. A round of Turkish tea was also a must as it was the end of our feast!

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For now, Sutis is the best Turkish restaurant we’ve come across in Sharjah. Honestly, I don’t think they even have a competitor around! The service was excellent and the servers knew the dishes well. They will be opening a branch in Dubai as well and we wish them best of luck!

 

Emirgan Sutis Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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