Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston

Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston The service was very patient and accommodating! Their food is quite nice. It of course does not compare to the authentic Turkish food we make at home, but it is the closest thing you can get to Turkey in the states. I would go again.

  • Name :  Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston
  • Worktime : 11AM–10PM
  • Type : mediterranean food restaurant
  • Assessment :
  • Prices : $$
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Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston Address :

5613 Morningside Dr, Houston,

Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston number :


Best seller :

Food & service is great.. we love Lahmuacun with Ayran.. very yummy as well as lentils soup. Of course you should try desserts as well, the Kadayef or Baklava is very good.

Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston Menu :

 Istanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant menuIstanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston menuIstanbul Grill and Deli Restaurant Houston menu

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1 :

Excellent experience. Needed some clean, somewhat simple, flavorful food.

Hit the spot. Started with a falafel plate and hummus. Both were amazing. Falafel came out super hot, straight from fryer. Great flavor, not over fried, and light and fluffy on inside. I think the best I have had in Houston.

Main was a mixed grill plate. It gave 5 different meats. Those combined with the simplicity of rice was exactly what I was looking for.

I had a Turkish tea and a coffee and we finished up with baklava and a syrup cookie.

100% be back. Waitress was great. Made the coffee especially for me she said ;).

comment 2 :

Amazing lunch and such nice people. Our waiter was friendly, funny, welcoming and took time with us to order the right amount of food for our party. Everything was beyond delicious. Appetizer plate was full of perfect spiced samples to eat with fluffy pita and z’tar and olive oil. Meat platter had perfectly roasted lamb, succulent chicken, wonderful rice and chickpeas. Salads were beautiful and fresh, and the rice pudding was absolutely the best.

comment 3 :

This restaurant offers a very relaxed atmosphere, solid service, and quality Turkish cuisine at sensible prices.

For those looking for reasonably portioned variety, the mixed grill pleases the meat eater with perfectly roasted kebabs, rice, and a simple salad. I enjoyed the lahmacun, a thin crust Turkish pizza with savory ground lamb and vegetables baked in their brick oven. The Turkish coffee is appropriately rich and piping hot, so you may need to give it a minute.

I’ll likely only visit on the rare occasion that I’m in Houston, but if you go to Rice Village and stop by, I doubt you’ll be disappointed.

Comment 4 :

We have been going there for several years. Alas, Covid killed our visits for almost 18 months. I was so glad to return yesterday, and as usual the visit was excellent. I tried the Lamb Chops for the first time and was pleasantly surprised. I love their yogurt and the Cacik as a starter. There were some new faces, so I don’t know if Istanbul has changed hands or there were some different people working the entire place. Everyone was as friendly as before however.

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