The team behind Cappadocia Restaurant have one goal in mind: to make you feel good. This warm and welcoming space in Birmingham’s Jewellry Quarter boasts a menu with traditional Turkish fare cooked to perfection, brimming with spices and full of fresh and local ingredients. You’ll be floating on foodie cloud nine after dining in this Frederick Street restaurant, that’s for sure. So do yourself (and your friends and family) a favour and reserve a table at Cappadocia Restaurant to treat yourself to a lunch or dinner you won’t forget!
Kick off your Cappadocia Restaurant experience with a selection of meze dishes to share. Meze is the heart of Turkish cuisine, so in a way it would be rude not to. Some of our favourite Cappadocia Restaurant meze options are the tarama of freshly whipped cod roe; yaprak dolma vine leaves stuffed with rice and kernels; honey-glazed goat cheese served on a bed of beetroot and calamari spiced with paprika and served with tartar sauce… with a large serving of hummus, of course.
Following on, feast on Cappadocia Restaurant’s selection of succulent meats from the charcoal grill. We’re talking mouthwatering lamb shanks; chicken beyti marinated with peppers, garlic, fresh herbs and a bit of a spicy punch, as well as a range of combination grills that will surely whet your appetite. For the seafood fans, this Birmingham Turkish haven serves ocean platters or marinated sea bass cooked on the grill with lemon and lashings of olive oil. Vegetarians are also more than catered for at Cappadocia Restaurant, as well as those requiring gluten-free options. You’ll find this Birmingham restaurant in the Jewellry Quarter on Frederick Street – bookings are essential.
Nice atmosphere in the restaurant, staff are very helpful, food is delicious, well worth a try of the Chefs Special mixed plater, you will return time n time again.
Great food and service and a lovely atmosphere! A great location in the jewellery quarter. The staff were really helpful and friendly too. A fantastic night out.
Excellent food and first class service. Went on Saturday, late afternoon so it was quiet. Don't know what it's like at other times but would recommend you give it a try.