• cobon salad
  • grilled fresh branzino
  • imam bayildi


About us

Brings a taste of traditional Turkish cuisine to Larchmont, New York along with an atmosphere that is beautiful, warm & inviting. 

Tonight we have fresh Bronzino Dorado and Specials on PEI   Mussels    Lamb Sirloin and Turkish Wines      

We will be closed for lunch on Saturday Nov 4th for a private party we will be reopening for dinner at 5 pm.  We apologize for any inconvenience   

The influences and affinities one may taste in Turkish dishes range from Central Asian and Persian to Greek, Egyptian, and Jewish. The ancient Turks, and later the Ottomans were canny incorporators of whatever good cooking they found on their migrations or in the far-flung realms of their empire.

The Ottomans fused various culinary traditions of their realm with influences from Middle Eastern cuisines, along with traditional Turkic elements from Central Asia such as yogurt. The Ottoman Empire indeed created a vast array of technical specialities. It can be observed that various regions of the Ottoman Empire contain varying selections from the vast array of Ottoman dishes.

Turquoise serves lunch & dinner 7 days a week from 12pm to 11pm and Turquoise Turkish and Mediterranean Restaurant is even open on holidays for your dining pleasure.