AS EVI Turkish Cuisine is known for offering a diverse menu of Pides, Kebabs, and exquisite desserts, as well as iconic Turkish tea (çay). You can order their authentic Turkish food via Uber Eats, Seamless, Grubhub, Postmates, and DoorDash.

According to AS EVI Turkish Cuisine, the most favorite traditional dish in Turkey is the Doner Kebab (Gyro), priced at $17.49. It's made from fresh ground beef marinated with a secret blend of seasonings, cooked on a rotating spit, and thinly sliced.

A classic Turkish breakfast typically includes black and green olives, cucumbers, cured meats, dips and sauces, eggs, fresh cheeses, fresh tomatoes, fresh-baked bread, fruit preserves and jams, honey, pastries, and sweet butter.

The recommended Turkish cheese for breakfast is "peynir," which is simply referred to as cheese. It is commonly included in a traditional Turkish breakfast plate.

AS EVI Turkish Cuisine charges $29.99 for their breakfast plate, which includes olives (black and green), cheese (peynir), eggs (yumurta), jam (recel), honey (bal), butter (tereyagi), tomatoes (domates), cucumber (salatalik), helva, and French fries (patates kizartmasi).

Traditional Turkish bread is called "ekmek."

Pide Ekmek, Ramazan Pidesi, Mısır Ekmeği, Pita, Yufka, Bazlama, Simit, Gözleme.

Turkish cuisine consists of warm soups, vegetable, meat, or legume dishes served with starches like bread or rice pilaf.

Turkish tea is red because it's made from black tea leaves grown in the northern regions of Turkey, near the Black Sea, which impart a deep red color when brewed.

Baklava is a traditional Turkish dessert made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped walnuts or pistachios and soaked in simple syrup.

Turkish desserts are famous because the Turkish people prioritize flavor and the enjoyment of their taste buds when preparing food, resulting in delicious and sought-after sweet treats.

No, Turkish coffee did not originate in Turkey. It actually originated from Yemen, despite its name.

Turkish coffee has gained fame worldwide due to its strong flavor, very fine grind, and unique methods of preparation and service, making it a distinctive and cherished coffee variety.

Tulumba is made from unleavened choux pastry dough, usually about 3 cm long, piped with a pastry bag using an open star or similar tip. It is deep-fried to a golden color and then soaked in sugar-sweet syrup while still hot, then served cold.

The Ottoman Empire is where tulumba initially came from.

Greek baklava features a blend of chopped nuts, butter, and phyllo dough. In contrast, Turkish baklava is sweeter with less nuts and more syrup, often combining walnuts, pistachios, and almonds.

On Eid in Turkey, Turkish people commonly prepare dishes like pulao, korma, kababs, and curries for lunch and dinner. Biryani is also a common dish. For desserts, they serve kunafeh, baklava, lokum, tulumba, along with items like chocolate, chips, candies, cookies, cotton candy, and Turkish coffee.

Small pockets of dough stuffed with ground beef or lamb, onions, and spices are known as Turkish manti, also referred to as Turkish dumplings or ravioli. They are then boiled and topped with different ingredients.

Three popular Turkish dishes are Baklava (sweet pastry), Şiş Kebap (grilled skewered meat), and Döner (rotisserie-cooked meat often served in sandwiches).