There’s nobody doing Turkish cooking in Walton-on-Thames quite like Cappadocia Restaurant. This local favourite dishes out authentic Turkish specialities made using the best ingredients, as well as more modern street food-style options that have become especially popular in recent years. Found on the High Street, this Greater London Turkish restaurant is an excellent option for a romantic evening out, a business lunch, birthday dinner or any occasion, really – it’s just that good.
Cappadocia Restaurant is quite famous in the London area. With two different locations to meet demand – this outlet in Walton-on-Thames and the other in Kingston upon Thames – and a belly dancing show that’s become almost as popular as the food, Cappadocia Restaurant on the High Street has clearly established itself as a force to be reckoned with. The Walton branch features live music every Wednesday in addition to Thursday night belly dancing, so you’ll certainly be entertained at this local hotspot.
Head over to Cappadocia Restaurant on the High Street when you want to indulge in some of the biggest flavours to come out of the Turkish kitchen. Whether you want tender charcoal-grilled meats or a lahmacun (Turkish-style pizza) topped with a variety of tasty toppings, your selection is certain to be delicious. We recommend with going with one of the more traditional dishes on the menu, particularly the zencefilli tavuk, chicken breast sauteed with fresh ginger, herbs, garlic and cream or the succulent lamb shish kebab. There’s a lot more to discover, so swing by Walton-on-Thames’ Cappadocia Restaurant and try something new each time.
Food was lovely as always and staff very helpful, funny and professional. Very clean and confortable. Took some friends there and they loved it. Will be back for more.
Great atmosphere, food, service. Fun Thurs night entertainment and free crackers for our night in December. Recommend for groups. Parking limited but plenty in the town.
Very friendly helpful staff. We enjoyed the set menu deal on Sunday. We found it plenty for the two of us and tasty. Also enjoyed tasting the Turkish Shiraz wine contrasting it with the Australian one, both good. Our third visit and we will be back.