Turkish restaurants are actively gaining popularity among consumers in different regions of the world. In recent decades, this trend has been most dynamic in the capitals and major tourist cities of Europe. The Eastern European region is a promising market for investment in the development of the infrastructure of Turkish restaurants. The purpose of the article is to analyze the potential and trends in the market of Turkish cuisine restaurants in Kyiv, one of the representative cities of Eastern Europe, and outline the Post-Covid-19 trends in the transformation of the city’s restaurant business. The capital of Ukraine has been developing as a powerful air hub and center of international tourism, including gastronomic tourism. Since 2014, the share of Turkish cuisine in the structure of the city’s HoReCa sector has been steadily growing. The Covid-19 crisis has become a powerful challenge for the restaurant business. The authors’ research highlights the trend: since the summer of 2021, Turkish restaurants in Kyiv have been showing the highest rates of recovery of Pre-Covid-19 potential both in terms of the number of operating enterprises and the volume of customer turnover.