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Cira Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on July 4, 2014 – 03:13 am

Cira Turkish Cuisine

Mercimek - lentil soup . Softly cooked mushy lentils in a simple broth with a sprinkle of paprika oil on top. Gentle and comforting. Fresh Turkish bread straight from the oven to our plate (we watched the boss lady making it), this came gratis with the soup, wethinks. Manti - $8. Beef filled pasta, like tortellini, smothered with garlic yoghurt sauce and a splash of paprika oil on top. A huge serve for the price, best shared. Plain, filling, comfort food. Joy. We leave completely stuffed for only $20 for two including bread and coffee, very happy…

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Turkish Cuisine Westchester

Posted by on May 10, 2014 – 01:15 pm

Turkish Cuisine Westchester

The worst thing I can say about Turkish Cuisine Westchester? The name’s not going to win any awards for originality. Sounds more like a Google search than the name of a restaurant… But that’s really not important; what is important is that there’s a new Turkish restaurant in White Plains, and it’s solid. Very solid. The restaurant’s only a month old; they don’t have a sign yet, so look for the black awning with the #116 (about a block down from Iron Tomato). Inside is a clean establishment with rotating spits of meat near the front window (if that…

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Turkish Cuisine Siglap

Posted by on March 11, 2014 – 05:27 am

Turkish Cuisine Siglap

While going to a lunch at a nearby restaurant, I spotted Deli Turk. After reading reviews, I suggested we visit and check it out. For our lunch, the restaurant was pretty much empty. I do not even think there was one other party. The room is colourful with some art lending touches to the restaurant s Turkish and Mediterranean inspiration. The space is clean and well-kept. The server was friendly. The meal moved along at a nice pace. It was neither hurried nor were there noticeable delays. One key issue though was they were out of multiple dishes…

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Leziz Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on April 1, 2014 – 10:59 am

Leziz Turkish Cuisine

Leziz Turkish Cuisine – Review is part of a New Years 2014 Philadelphia trip report including stays in a (Luxury Hotel), and Unique Dining experience at (Fresh Seafood Dinning). We went to this Turkish Restaurant with our friend who highly recommended this as a must place to eat when visiting Philly. We went to Leziz for New Years Eve Dinner. Its Interconnected with a Hookah Lounge (looks nice and cozy), as we entered into the Main restaurant found this place packed but the owner came and greeted us personally thanks to our friend and gave us seat…

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Anatolia Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on October 3, 2013 – 10:36 am

Anatolia Turkish Cuisine

You haven’t tried real lambs if you haven’t been to Anatolia. This is the place to enjoy Turkish cuisine in Jakarta the old school way: A homestyle meal, an intimate ambiance, and complete with warm service. Nothing posh, nothing fancy. Tucked at the edge of Kemang, Anatolia’s modest exterior may not impress you at first glance. But once you’re inside, you’ll be glinting on the riches of the Ottoman from all four walls. Neat tapestries of chinas, paintings, and potteries adorned all corners of the spacious, dim-lit room, and those cyaneous hues…

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What is Turkish Cuisine?

Posted by on December 8, 2013 – 02:42 pm

What is Turkish Cuisine?

I ve been reviewing restaurants since 1984, and if one great cuisine has been sorely absent from my columns, it is the glorious cooking of Turkey. The reasons why Turkish restaurants are scarce in this country are complicated, so let’s just say it is the one great world cuisine missing on the American landscape, unless you happen to be in New York. That’s why Ibo, the first bona fide Turkish restaurant in Las Vegas, feels like a bolt from the blue. Ibo is Ibo Olmeztoprak (don’t even think of trying to pronounce his last name), a hotel and restaurant…

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Akdeniz Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on August 28, 2013 – 01:18 pm

Akdeniz Turkish Cuisine

As much as I may be guilty of claiming there is no good food in Midtown, even I know that s a lie. It s just harder to find. So when I do find something legitimately good, I get pretty excited. Around the corner from the diamond district and Rockefeller Center, Akdeniz Turkish Cuisine serves Turkish fare that earns very solid marks. Given that their menu is very kebab-laden it may seem like they have little to offer for vegetarians (trust me, the vegetable casserole is just as passable as it sounds). But the vast majority of the appetizers and salads…

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Turkish Cuisine Andersonville

Posted by on October 6, 2013 – 09:44 am

Turkish Cuisine Andersonville

I looked on LTH forum forum for you - they say that Demir owns Cousins now and has taken over what used to be Red Corner at the intersection of Lincoln and Addison and renamed it Demir Fast Food. He used to work for A La Turka, so maybe you d enjoy their food? A La Turka 3134 N. Lincoln, Chicago Tel: (773) 935-6447 Personally, I like Turkish Cuisine in Andersonville. Turkish Cuisine 5605 N. Clark St. 773-878-89303794351_yQ8IuMFz8rDzQEupGpie6

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