About Cirrik Restaurant

Turkish restaurants are a dime a dozen in London, but if you’re in the area of Dalston or Shacklewell and you’re looking for real quality when it comes to Turkish cuisine, you’d do well to turn to Cirrik Restaurant up on Stoke Newington Road between Arcola Street and Miller’s Terrace. This isn’t your run of the mill Turkish – it’s got class and atmosphere, and the chefs are experts when it comes to the traditional ocakbasi charcoal grilling techniques of the Turkish region of Adana. The restaurant is dedicated by patron chef Huseyin, sadly now passed but renowned back home for his perfect preparation of the cirrik, a bird from southeast Turkey. You might not find this particular delicacy on the menu at Cirrik restaurant, but be prepared for a Turkish feast prepared by Huseyin’s culinary descendants like you’ve never experienced before.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 12:00 pm
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am


Cirrik Restaurant
34 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston
London N16 7XJ

Menu Highlights



Olives (V)

A combination of pickled olives, thyme, lemon juice soaked in pure olive oil

Feta cheese pastry (V)

Deep fried triangle shaped pastry pockets filled with Turkish feta cheese and parsley

Deep fried calamari rings (sea food)

Tender calamari rings, floured off and golden fried the Mediterranean way

11 Cirrik Restaurant Reviews

11 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Great value
Noise levels:Pleasant
Murray C.3 months ago · 1 review

Cirrik is a great restaurant, the food is fabulous and the service is excellent. The staff are helpful and friendly. It's reasonably priced and a good atmosphere. Hihgly recommended.

Lauren E.4 months ago · 1 review

Great food, service was a bit relaxed but it was a nice environment and the restaurant had a nice buzz. Will go again for sure.

Jon B.10 months ago · 1 review

Charming service as always to go with most authentic food. The roasted onions and flat bread are worth the 4 hour journey to London. It helped that the Yakut Turkish wine is as fabulous as ever