A thick dip spread made from Herb, garlic and strained yogurt, which is called 'Suzme' in Turkish $7.50
A seasoned yogurt with crushed garlic, chopped cucumber and mint, served cold in small bowls. Cacik is a significant dish during the Ottoman period. $7.50
Salad of the Turkish shepherds. A combination of chopped tomatoes, cucumber, assorted reens, onions and refreshing dressing of fresh lemon jusic and extra virgin olive oil. Especially popular in summer $8.50
Middle Eastern chickpeas and sesame seed 'tahini' drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, lemon and a touch of garlic. $7.50
A favorite meze from Southeastern Anatolia. Eggplant, capsicum and crushed red peppers cooked with butter and mixed with a touch of garlic with homemade yogurt. $7.50
Very light and sour potato salad with creamy dressing $7.50
A monumental dish that was even made into a song ! A combination of eggplant, paprika with red tomato sauce mixed with light herbs $7.50
Lightly spiced cubes of eggplants cooked with tomato, peppers, garlic and fresh herbs. $7.50
A populat Middle Eastern salad with a variety of greens, onions, mint leaves, olive oil and spices. It can be eaten with plain Turkish breads as well. $8.50
Turkish style sour and fruity dip, tomatoes very finely chopped, onions and green herbs, granate and walnut. A perfect match with kebabs. $7.50
A selection of assorted mexes, served with lavash bread. $22
Enjoy a fine dining at Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant. A must try of mixed kebab, the house best seller where you can experience a real Turkish specialties. Try it out to believe. :)
Are you looking for a halal restaurant? Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant is the place for you! They offer a wide range of mediterranean to middle eastern cuisine for you to dine from.
Great Turkish food, some too salty for my companion, but a wonderful dining experience still!
Had dinner with friends here last weekend. Food & hospitality are just great :)
Derwish Turkish Mediterranean Restaurant
The teapot was served on this hot plate. And when some tea spilled on it, it sizzled like meat being placed on a hot BBQ plate. The tea was sweet! So sweet and rich with the taste of apple. The sweetness was great because we didn’t need to order desserts plus the pot was huge. For $8.50, we managed to fill three small glasses several times. A great deal!
Nice food.. Recommended to try..
Try their Chef's Plate ! A a good way to try everything for the more indecisive, with its combination of doner kebab, izgara kebab, and a skewer of shish kebab...Yummy !!!