About Us

Our traditional Mediterranean food has a touch of Turkish flare to give you those true authentic flavors.

Our Story

Kapadokya named for the Central Anatolia area in Turkey, has been open since 2013 and been serving the South Brunswick area for more than 10 years. Kapadokya has a dining room that can comfortably seat 130 people, giving customers a chance to enjoy your meal while taking in the theater of the open kitchen. Our menu offers Unique Mediterranean dishes from hummus to more popular dishes such as gyros, which all are made in house for that top quality taste. Stop by and reserve your seats for the best Mediterranean dishes in the area.

Hand-crafted Decor
Cozy Place

Feel at home and find your atmosphere.

Relax Atmosphere

Take refuge in our antique and away from the crowds.

Our Specialties

it is slow roasted and grilled on a spit, is soft and tender, savory, and crispy around the edges.

Gyro Doner

a combination of ground beef

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Lamb Shish Kebab

Marinated cubes of lamb char-grilled

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 (English: Cappadocia) is an area in Central Anatolia in Turkey best known for its unique moon-like landscape, underground cities, cave churches and houses carved in the rocks.

The Cappadocian Region located in the center of the Anatolian Region of Turkey, with its valley, canyon, hills and unusual rock formation created as a result of the eroding rains and winds of thousands of years of the level, lava-covered plain located between the volcanic mountains Erciyes, Melendiz and Hasan as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, presents an otherworldly appearance

The eruptions of these mountains which were active volcanoes in geological times lasted until 2 million years ago. A soft tuff layer was formed, 150 m in thickness, by the issuing lavas in the valley surrounded by mountains. The rivers, flood water running down the hillsides of valleys and strong winds eroded the geological formations consisting of tuff on the plateau formed with tuff layers, thus creating bizarre shapes called fairy Chimneys. These take on the names of mushroom shaped, pinnacled, capped and conic shaped formations. The prehistoric settlements of the area are Koskhoyuk (Kosk Mound) in Nigde, Aksaray Asikli Mound, Nevsehir Civelek cave and, in the southeast, Kultepe, Kanis and Alisar in the environs of Kayseri.

This area with unusual topographic characteristics was regarded as sacred and called, in the Scythian/Khatti language, as Khepatukha, meaning “the country of the people of the chief god Hepat”, although there are more poetic claims on the origin of the region’s name, such as the Old Persian Katpatuka, which allegedly means “the land of beautiful horses”. The tablets called Cappadocian Tablets and the Hittite works of art in Alisar are of the important remains dating from 2000s B.C. After 1200s B.C., the Tabal principality, of the Khatti Branches of Scythians, became strong and founded the Kingdom of Tabal. Following the Late Hittite and Persian aras, the Cappadocian Kingdom was established in 332 B.C. During the Roman era the area served as a shelter for the early escaping Christians. There are also several underground cities used by early Christians as hideouts in Cappadocia.

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