Let’s start with the best point, the food! The taste was really good. A hint of thyme on everything really made me feel like I’m back at Turkey. I tried Adana (I really recommend) and the plate was so rich with lettuce and red cabbage salad, pita, delicious Turkish rice and Turkish must-haves yogurt with garlic. I really liked the menu. They have Turkish coffee, Turkish tea, and ayran, which are hard to find in Vancouver. I haven’t tried yet but they seem to have great desserts too. Everything was great, will definitely visit there more than once a week.

Ilayda E.

One of the best places for a casual on the seawall on Coal Harbourside. They have a nice view. Prices are very reasonable, I would say cheap compared to the surroundings. And the food is awesome. My only complain would be that the service is a bit slow, but the food is prepared fresh. Love their fresh baked Pide bread.

Raza M.

I was pleasantly surprised by the salmon fish and chips from this place. For $14, I got two big pieces of BC salmon. The fries were very crispy. The salmon was fresh, and it tasted pretty good with the tartar sauce. The tartar sauce was probably the best I’ve ever tasted. The coleslaw was surprisingly awesome too. Overall, I think the price is quite fair for what I got.

Christina L.

Anatolia’s Gate is a community hotspot for Turkish dishes


Vancouver Convention Centre West Building, 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC


☏ 604.647.7550


Monday – Sunday
11:00 AM – 8:00 PM