Truva - Virginia Highlands
Lunch - Reservations Accepted
Monday through Friday 11:00am-4:00pm
Dinner- Reservations Accepted
Sunday through Saturday 4:00pm-11:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 8:00am-3:00pm
First Come First Serve Basis, No Reservations Accepted
If you're looking for a place to enjoy authentic Turkish food in an upscale and beautifully decorated setting, come to Truva and we'll show you a good time.
Excellent food and very friendly stuff!!! Definitely will be back!!!
The food was freshly prepared and delicious. We had the octopus appetizer, the Turkish zucchini pancake, and the stuffed cabbage. All three were good, but the stuffed cabbage was my favorite. It was covered in a great tomato-based sauce with Turkish spices and drizzled with really good yogurt. The wait staff and manager are very excited about the place and eager to make recommendations. The manager came to our table to ask how things were. The price point was reasonable. The cocktail menu looked interesting, but we did not have a drink. The space is huge, but they have done a good job of breaking it into smaller areas and making it seem cozy. All in all, I would highly recommend Truva in Va Highlands.
Great addition to Va Hi! The food was authenic, fresh, delicious and the wait staff very attentive. Highly recommend.
Awesome restaurant! Great atmosphere! Food is amazing! Great fit for the neighborhood
Nice ambience. Food overpriced and has room to improve; quinoa appetizer tasteless and lamb kabob over cooked.
...chairs were a bit uncomfortable if you had a backless chair and not a booth, but the food and service certainly made up for it. I’d suggestingvrequesting a booth though....
It was so delicious! Babaghanoush, falafel, lamb, baklava...we'd order it all again! And free parking makes it even better.
Not knowing anything of Turkish food I found it delightful, interesting, exotic and delicious. Six of us split 4 appetizers and 3 dinner entres. Our server was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. But the bar service was just terribly slow (they had just opened). IT'S LOUD, but no more than many other restaurants (why is this?). Bottom line: we will return.
Welcome to Virginia-Highland, Truva! The restaurant hits the mark on almost every level to make them a neighborhood mainstay and dining destination for those traveling from elsewhere. We tried 2 cold meze (babaganoush, stuffed grape leaves) and 2 hot meze (falafel, mini lahmacun) along with an adana (lamb) kabob. We finished things off with sweet, fresh and flakey baklava. The complimentary bread and sun-dried tomato spread was delicious. Everything was flavorful and plentiful. Despite only having been open for 2 weeks or so, the staff were attentive, familiar with the menu and friendly. Prices were what you'd expect for the quantity and quality of the food. This isn't a fast-casual restaurant nor is it a fancy, pretentious dining establishment. It's one of Atlanta's many moderately priced, quality restaurants. The decor is fairly simple and comfortable with a warm ambiance. It was fairly noisy with other customer chatter so perhaps some sound dampening efforts would help. We'll be back and look forward to enjoying good quality Turkish food on a regular/monthly basis.
The food was great. It was the best local tabbouleh I've found in Atlanta (I am Lebanese and grew up on it). We shared a mixed grill for four and it was absolutely delicious and plentiful. All of us really liked the food and the renovation they have done from the American Roadhouse. The manager was attentive and friendly. The service as a little spotty and it seems they may have some tweaking to do with the wait staff. But I chalked that up to having been open just a week or so. We will all go back. We have been waiting for a new, reasonably priced, good restaurant in the area for a while.
Food was inventive and delicious. The service was attentive and I think they are working hard to get it right. I thought, for only being open a week, they did a great job. A couple of tiny hiccups, but, that's to be expected. We went early, so we got a reservation, but, by 7:30, they were jammed. Really loved the sundried tomato jam that came with the bread and the artichoke bottoms were delicious and presented well. My husband and I both had the chicken kabobs and they were very well prepared. Very convenient location and they have parking on site with NO FEE! In this town, that's a huge plus to me.
Was delicious and inside is well done. Beautiful really. Drink service was a little slow initially and lag between apps and dinner. However food was amazing!
We had lunch this week at the new Truva in Va Highlands. I wasn’t sure what to expect since it is new and hasn’t had a chance to work through all the kinks of opening a restaurant. It was SO good! The Turkish food was great and the new decor ( the old American Roadhouse location) is beautiful. I throughly enjoyed it and will return soon to try dinner. They are also serving favorites from the American Roadhouse menu for brunch on weekends.
Fantastic dinner at Truva. Welcome to the neighborhood. The food was great as was the service. Not bad for their first week open. Place looks amazing and thank you for keeping some of the American Roadhouse favorites on the weekend brunch menu. Looking forward to coming back soon.