Antep Kitchen in Wolverton continues to impress

By Sabuhi Usmani

When this new Halal Turkish restaurant called Antep Kitchen opened in Milton Keynes a year ago, we were delighted. Finally a proper Turkish restaurant and not just a takeaway place.

Since then, we have been to this restaurant quite a few times. I have recommended it to so many people and not a single one has been disappointed as a customer.

So when we decided to go to Antep Kitchen again with my friends recently, I thought I must write a review and spread the word on a bigger platform.

Antep Kitchen is a local business in the heart of Old Wolverton – a small town in Milton Keynes – with decor that is nice in a very relaxed and friendly environment.

We were seated within seconds upon our arrival.

Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes bread

Turkish Bread (First portion complimentary) £2.00

Balloon bread, a Turkish specialty, was on the house, and is always a good start. It was hot and fluffy with two side dips.

Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes calamari

Calamari – Fresh fried squid served with rocket & tartar sauce, £6.50

We ordered calamari as a starter. My friends daughter said that it was the best calamari she had ever had! Need I say more?

Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes Bait

White Bait – Served with fresh rocket salad, £5.50

We also ordered fried bait and grilled halloumi. The bait was so crispy, and the lemon garlic dip it came with was the perfect combination.

Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes Halloumi

Grilled Halloumi – Grilled Cyprus cheese, £5.50

Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes MezeFor mains, we ordered a mixed family platter that also came with a number of cold mezes: a mixture of humous, couscous, baba ganoush, mint yogurt dip, tomato dip, and a salad.

All done perfectly and very refreshing on the pallet.

The mains comprised of adana kofte, lamb shish, chicken shish, lamb ribs, chicken wings, and came with rice, couscous and salad.

The lamb was so succulent and juicy, and the Adana cooked to perfection. The lamb ribs were so good that we had to order another platter of just ribs!

Family Platter Adana Kofte Chicken Lamb Ribs Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes

Family Platter (Suitable for 3-5 people) – 2 Adana Kofte, 2 Chicken Shish, 2 Lamb Shish, Chicken Wings, Lamb Ribs, Mixed Cold Meze, served with rice, couscous & salad, £58.00

We also ordered mixed shish, which was succulent and juicy pieces of chicken and lamb accompanied with chips.

Antep Kitchen Old Wolverton Turkish Milton Keynes Chicken Lamb

Mixed Shish – Tender cubes of lamb & chicken skewered & grilled over charcoal, £14.50

Antep Kitchen has a nice friendly vibe that makes you keep going back. Service is always polite.

And my friends were also impressed by the food and service, and were glad to have been introduced to this Turkish delight.

So this time I thought I would spread the word out on a bigger platform.

People who enjoy good food deserve to know about this Turkish beauty in a small town.

Food is reasonably priced and portion sizes are quite generous. Booking in advance is highly recommended on weekends. A must try!


Antep Kitchen
1 Stratford Rd, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5LJ.

T: +44 (0)1908 315 555 | W: antepkitchen.co.uk | E: info@antepkitchen.co.uk

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-23:00

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