Vegetarian Turkish Delight at Sultans Table in Newtown, Sydney

Sultans Table is a delicious and authentic little Turkish restaurant in Sydney’s “Grunge Style” suburb Newtown. Aside from offering the typical Kebabs they also have a wide variety of vegetarian and some even vegan food…

The Location

Sultans Table is located in Sydney’s lively suburb Newtown. Newtown is known for it’s diversity on restaurants, bars, theaters and clubs!


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The Restaurant

Sultans Table looks from the outside like a Take Away Shop that only sells Kebabs.


Stepping inside you find a rich display of Turkish Mezze’s/ Entrées and as you walk further inside is a little and authentically decorated Turkish restaurant with a large outdoor area, which is heated in winter. No matter what day of week we go there for dinner, they are always packed! Therefore you should make a reservation before going there.


***Tip: It is BYO (bring your own wine or beer)

Link to Sultan’s Website

Check out their menu, make reservation’s on their on website Here!


The Menu

They offer a great variety of vegetarian food as well as some vegan options. Average price: 12 AUD/ 9USD/ 8 EUR.



The Veggie Dishes

Large Mixed Dip-Plate [vegetarian]


The dips are homemade and always served with warm Turkish bread. Mostly vegetarian dips thy are made with yoghurt, except for the hummus and tahini dip. On the platter you find beetroot, tahini, pumpkin, tzatziki, parsley, yoghurt, spicy capsicum and hummus dips. All really nice and fresh 🙂


Spinach and Cheese Pide [vegetarian]


Freshly made “boat shaped” bread stuffed with fresh spinach, onion and cheese. Squeeze the lemon over the Pide for a little citrusy taste. There are other stuffing options on the menu as well.


Homemade Falafel [Vegan]


Falafels are usually made from chickpeas or fava beans. They fry the falafel and serve 6 of them with warm flat Turkish bread, parsley, tomatoes, lettuce, red onion and hummus dip. I love to stack a little bit of each ingridient on top of the bread and roll it up. So good 🙂



They also serve Turkish rice pudding, baklava or Turkish delight. We were way too stuffed to try them out though! Too much bread in the end 🙂



A small, loud  and authentic restaurant packed with oriental atmosphere serving delicious and great priced Turkish food. It is always an experience seeing the waiters buzzing around, the chefs kneading the bread and making the Kebabs whilst sipping on their Turkish tea.

We love it each and every time and we certainly keep coming back 🙂



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