AUTHENTIC TURKISH BAKERY
Dive into the world of authentic Turkish Bakery!
Savor the tradition with our freshly baked goods, from crusty breads to flaky pastries
Quench your thirst with our authentic Turkish beverages, from aromatic teas to refreshing cold drinks.
Indulge in our delightful range of Turkish sweets, from rich baklavas to creamy profiterol.
Simit Bakery's San Sebastian Cheesecake offers a rich creamy delight that tantalizes the taste buds. Experience Spain's unique flavor right here in Vancouver.
Desserts & Sweets
Simit Bakery's Menemen is a traditional Turkish breakfast delight, blending fresh tomatoes, green peppers, and eggs into a savory medley. Experience the warmth of Turkish mornings in every bite.
Savor the essence of Turkish cuisine with Simit Bakery's Manti, seasoned meat dumplings topped with garlic yogurt and spiced butter.
Savor the fusion of fresh ingredients and authentic Turkish flavors with Simit Bakery's range of sandwiches. Perfect for a hearty meal or a quick bite on the go.
Sandwiches & Toasts
Experience the crispy layers of Simit Bakery's Bourek, a flaky pastry filled with a variety of ingredients like cheese, spinach, or meat, making it a favorite Turkish snack.
Breads & Pastries
Relish the soft and flavorful folds of Simit Bakery's Gozleme, a traditional Turkish flatbread stuffed with fillings like spinach, cheese, or minced meat, grilled to perfection.
Breads & Pastries
Begin your day with Simit Bakery's Simit Breakfast Plate, a delightful combination of mixed greens with tomato and cucumber, avocado, pan fried potato, melted cheddar, sunnyside egg on simit
Embark on a culinary journey with Simit Bakery's Turkish Breakfast Plate, mixed greens with tomato and cucumber, feta cheese, olives, nutella, sunnyside egg and simit, offering a true taste of Turkish hospitality.
Tracing its roots back to the Anatolian era of the Ottoman Empire, the simit (often referred to as the Turkish bagel) has a rich history that spans centuries. Its inception can be dated back to the 1500s, during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent. The royal kitchens of the palace, known as simithane or ‘simit house’, were the birthplace of this beloved delicacy. Esteemed as a luxurious food item, simit was often presented as a valuable offering during the holy month of Ramadan. The sultan would graciously provide iftar meals to those observing the fast and gift simits to the palace guards as a token of gratitude. Today, the simit remains a cherished staple in Turkish culture, celebrated for its affordability, widespread availability, and satisfying nature.