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Anatolian Grill

Prestwich · Turkish · ££££
160 Reviews

About Anatolian Grill

Manchester’s first modern Turkish restaurant, Anatolian Grill is committed to serving you an unforgettable meal each and every time you visit. Traditional but with bags of modern flair, Anatolian Grill is led by a Turkish chef who brings years of experience to the restaurant and is run by friendly workers who love the cuisine as much as their guests. Located in Prestwich, this restaurant can be found on Bury New Road, just down the street from St. Mary’s Flower Park.


Anatolian Grill
459 Bury New Rd, Prestwich
Manchester M25 1AF

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 11:00 am
11:00 am - 10:30 pm
11:00 am - 10:30 pm
11:00 am - 10:30 pm
11:00 am - 10:30 pm
11:00 am - 10:30 pm
11:00 am - 10:30 pm
11:00 am - 10:30 pm

Chef's Choice



Pan Fried Salmon (Tavada samon)

peppers, mushrooms, garlic and tomato. Cream, wine, oyster sauce, served with salad & potato/rice

Seabass (Levrek)

Fresh boneless seabass fillet marinated and char-grilled served with salad and potato or rice

King Prawn (Karides Kebab)

Marinated large prawns skewered and char-grilled served with salad and potato or rice


Anatolian Chicken

Marinated chicken Thigh of the bone char-grilled served with rice and salad.

Lamb fillets (Kul basti)

Thin slices of lamb fillets marinated with origano chargrilled and served with rice and salad.

Mixed grill (Karisik Izgara)

A Char-grilled combination lamb cutlets, skewered minced lamb,chicken breast, chicken thigh, sliced


Chefs Chicken (Mantarli tavuk)

Char-grilled chicken breast topped with mushrooms, white wine and cream sauce served with rice and s

Shepard's style lamb dish (Coban asi)

A Large chunk of lamb, oven baked with vegetables in a tomato sauce, topped on grilled aubergine

Meat moussaka (etli musakka)

Oven baked dish of layered vegetables with béchamel sauce, topped with lamb and cheese

More about Anatolian Grill, Manchester

Led by Turkish chef Duran Selvi in the kitchen, whose first restaurant in Chorlton became an award-winning success, Anatolian Grill on Bury New Road is destined for greatness in Manchester’s Prestwich. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, the restaurant has been lovingly decorated to create a calming and relaxed setting that allow guests to sit back, relax and try authentic Anatolian dishes. From small nibbles to sharing platters, the restaurant’s menu is vast and includes several vegetarian options, healthy salads and hearty meat dishes.

Anatolian Grill in Manchester’s Prestwich has a wide range of Turkish meze to choose from, including bruschetta, chilli salad, stuffed aubergines, garlic prawns, meatballs and more. Grilled meats like sliced lamb steak, skewered chicken breast and Anatolian chicken make up a good portion of the menu, as well as house classics like meat moussaka, lamb casserole, and sultan chicken. As for the vegetarian dishes, the vegetable casserole is an especially delicious and hearty choice. Be sure to reserve a table in advance!

160 Anatolian Grill Reviews

Susan M.5 days ago · 1 review

Amazing food and helpful, friendly staff; visited New Year’s Day with two children. Nothing was too much trouble, from extra napkins to a half portion child’s dish from the main menu.

Lucille T.9 days ago · 1 review

Brilliant time as always, food superb, staff very welcoming, professional and friendly. We have never been disappointed at this restaurant. Highly recommend it here. Looking forward to going again very soon xx

debbie p.14 days ago · 1 review

Food was excellent...very friendly ,helpful and cheerful staff. fabulous atmosphere. This was our second visit and we will be returning soon. Had a great night

John w.18 days ago · 1 review

Not our first visit, not will it be our last as the menu choices are brilliant for all dietary requirements, The wine options are plentiful and very sensibly priced too. We all chose different dishes and everyone raved about the quality of the food presented. I have to add that the staff were all so very friendly throughout the evening. I cannot recommend it more highly as a great place to eat both during the lunch period or in the evening. It is always busy, so prior booking I think is essential to guarantee a table.

imgRussell A.4 months ago · 1 review

Our 2nd time at Anatolia me & my partner shared a bottle of turkish wine from a very good selection of turkish & international wines however i would recommend trying a turkish wine they offer a far better wine for a really good price ours was a excellent cab franc for £31. Foodwise we had a couple of starters garlic prawns & a hot mixed starter both good, the real star was the main, a chefs special mixed grill for 2 (posh kebab) lamb chops, koftas,lamb breast, house made donner & chicken all cooked to perfection & will make you wanna eat more than you can manage, not close to a posh kebab more a turkish feast. The staff are some of the most accommodating & polite, my partner noted that due to the nature of the food you want to get stuck in & the helpful staff were on hand to offer fresh napkins, throughout our meal without us asking, very nice touch. This was our 2nd visit & im aleady planning a 3rd to take my father who has a large appitite to see if we can finish the mixed grill. Overall best food, wine & service in the area.

emma h.2 years ago · 1 review

This is my favorite restraunt, the food is outstanding and the staff friendly and welcoming. i have been a number of time since it became Anatolian Grill and have not been disapointed.and we all enjoyed it. Not a clean plate in the house. My friends had the lamb, and I had the vegatarian Mousaka I love the cocktails too, you have to try the Expresso martini, not too many though.

John S.3 months ago · 2 reviews

We went to the Anatolian Grill for the first time on 12th October 2017. We found the staff polite, helpful and easy to talk to. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The food was excellent as was the surroundings. We would not hesitate to go again. Thank you for making our evening enjoyable.

Craig R.5 months ago · 4 reviews

Really enjoyed first time at Anatolian, marinated chicken sis was so tender and succulent. The mezze selection was as good as any I have eaten around Anatolia, having been off the beaten track over there. The service was also very friendly and proactive, there when you need and not overwhelming when you don't. Last year I thought my visit to Hala Hala in London was the best Turkish food in the UK, it's not, the Anatolian grill definitely is. I will return here many times if this standard is kept up.

imgRaquel D.2 years ago · 1 review

What a pleasant meal! Everything well presented, tasty, good service. Friendly staff. The place is beautiful, my 6 years old girl was amazed by the decor. Overall, our meal was fantastic, we had 2 courses for £12.95 each adult, £5.95 Kids Meal with drink and Ice Cream. The menu to choose from is quite wide, so you can have different course and starter with you partner and try a bit of everything. And kids eat for free on Fridays, how nice is that? I will be back definitely!!!!!!!!!!!

max g.2 years ago · 1 review

Very disappointed with the Christmas Day menu. Selection on the set menu was poor. There's a reason why people choose to go out to a restaurant that isn't English or a pub for Christmas and that is to eat something different than the usual turkey dinner etc. the offer was Turkey beef salmon etc, this is a Turkish restaurant who don't specialise in traditional English festive food so should have stuck to what they are good at 'Turkish food' The set menu was way over priced for the poor quality Christmas food. Tried to stay clear of the food that millions of others were cooking on Xmas day - Turkey - and opted for the Roast salmon, - terrible dry and over cooked - shocking potatoes etc that tasted like they'd been microwaved. Atmosphere was awful, as it was empty ish ( now I know why) I know this is a harsh review but this restaurant is usually one of my favourites, the staff, owner and chefs are lovely and their own food is gorgeous. I don't mind paying premium prices on Xmas day as its to be expected and I would have gladly paid double price for their usual food - I'm sure the place would have been sold out if they'd have done their usual menu. Sorry guys - your service is exceptional but next year either stick to your menu or have a lovely day off.

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