turkish in London

Turkish in London

Are you a Turk in London or someone looking to experience Turkish culture in the capital? If so this page should provide you with all the information you need to know about Turkey in London.


Estimated Turkish population in London: 300,000

Main areas: Islington, Hackney, Enfield, Waltham Forrest

Embassy: Rutland Lodge, Rutland Gardens, Knightsbridge, London SW7 1BW. Ph: 0207 591 6900

Famous/Inspirational London Stranger: Whilst there is a large list of many great British people from Turkish backgrounds including London's Mayor Boris Johnson, we are still looking for a 1st generation Turkish Stranger as an inspiration. If you can recommend us anyone please let us know.


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turkish restaurants London Turkish Bars and Restaurants in London

 Gokyuzu (Harringay) A leading place for Turkish cuisine in London and worth the trip to Nth London to experience.

 Turkish Deli's in London

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 Turkish Shops in London

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Turkish Services London Turkish Services in London

 Londra Gazete: London Turkish newspaper

 Bizim FM: Online music station, Turkish pop music

 London Turkish Radio: Turkish radio station, 1584AM.

Turkish Community London Turkish Community Groups/Associations in London

 Daymer Turkish/Kurdish Community Centre: (Howard Rd, Hackney, London N16 8PU, Ph: 0207 254 2266)  Community services/support, arts/culture, sports and events.

 Suleymaniye Mosque: (212-216 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8AX, Ph: 0207 684 9900) Turkish Mosque London.

 Aziziye Mosque: (117-119 Stoke Newington Rd, Shacklewell, London N16 8BU, Ph: 0207 254 7475) Turkish Mosque London.

 British-Turkey Chamber of Commerce: Promotes trade and investment between the UK and Turkey providing useful information to Businesses and professionals and opportunities to network useful contacts for business development purposes.

 Turkey Community Football League: League with teams made up of Turkish expats.