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Turkish Cuisines

Posted by on December 14, 2013 – 11:47 am

Turkish Cuisines

Is something I could eat every day and never get tired of it. It s lighter and less salty than a lot of other Asian cuisines. We eat a lot of Mexican food because of the high availability of ingredients. More recently, I have learned to prepare a Turkish meze. We now stock everything to make authenic Middle Eastern food.Maedah Grill - Savour the finest Turkish Cuisines

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Hanci Turkish Cuisine, New York City

Posted by on September 15, 2013 – 09:41 am

Hanci Turkish Cuisine, New York City

Hanci Turkish Cuisine Updated 2/2/10 – Hanci Turkish Cuisine is no longer a BYO. It now offers a limited wine/beer list. There is a corkage fee of $10/bottle if you bring your own wine. I’m always looking for good BYO restaurants in the city, after being spoiled with the huge number of BYO options in NJ. I read about Hanci Turkish Cuisine, a BYO right in our neighborhood, so one Friday night Josh and I decided to give it a shot. The restaurant is small but the bright lighting and simple dcor make it seem much larger and more airy. Even though tables…

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Efes Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on January 31, 2014 – 07:18 am

Efes Turkish Cuisine

Amy Silverman These days, satellite radio passes as live entertainment in many eating establishments. So it was refreshing to stumble recently on two musical dining experiences. By now it s practically become cliche that the worst Chinese food in town can be found at the restaurants at the Chinese Cultural Center near the airport. And still, we come back, always hopeful for a change. Which is how we found ourselves the other night at Golden Buddha. Golden Buddha has so much promise. The place is gigantic - you could literally host a banquet for…

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Turkish Cuisine and Bakery

Posted by on December 17, 2013 – 05:44 am

Turkish Cuisine and Bakery

There s a little lag time with my meals to post time right now. That s mainly because I m lazy and my parents being in my apartment seems like the perfect excuse to do nothing. Though I did finish a scarf yesterday and started a puzzle with the boyfriend the day before. But to the meal we had on, h, Wednesday I believe. We went to Turkish Cuisine and Bakery. We started with the cold appetizer sampler plate. Which had the usuals like hummus, babaganoush and stuffed grape leaves as well as a few less well known treats. I had the lunch combo #1, which…

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Authentic Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on February 3, 2014 – 05:07 am

Authentic Turkish Cuisine

My bucket list includes a list of places I want to visit throughout the world. As you can imagine, this mile-long list revolves around food. One country I am anxious to visit is Turkey. Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey has been written up in numerous Foodie magazines for the city’s amazing cuisine. However, I don’t have to wait until my trip in Mar. to try the food when Bosphorus Restaurant is only a few miles away in Cary. Bosphorus is situated on the corner of Northside Center, 329 N. Harrison Ave., Ste. A. The dining room seats only a few…

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Turkish Cuisine Restaurant New York

Posted by on December 17, 2013 – 10:52 am

Turkish Cuisine Restaurant New York

New South Wales but her fiance works near city hall - wherever that is? Have no idea of the size of the city but New York City is big compared to other cities I have been to and we have traveled 1 hour plus by train to go out so My friend and I have eaten all kinds of cuisine. Rather than stick to one type of cuisine she likes to try things out. So we have gone for higher end places serving american style food, french, fondue, dessert bars, etc. and we have gone for ethnic such as Nepali, turkish, Ethiopian, etc. We have gone to fancier restaurants…

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Turkish Cuisine Chicago IL

Posted by on September 24, 2013 – 12:01 pm

Turkish Cuisine Chicago IL

In the pantheon of cuisines that usually get thrown out as options when deciding where to go for dinner, Turkish food is usually not one of them. Mexican? Thai? Italian? Yes, we all have take out menus stuffed into that misc./tool drawer in our kitchens. But I m guessing there aren t many of you craving a thin and crispy lachmajun or a juicy doner kebab like I do frequently. Turkish food joins the ranks of the under-represented in Chicago, right alongside Iranian (Persian), Indonesian and Malay. But I think these five offer something unique, and…

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Leziz Turkish Cuisine menu

Posted by on January 22, 2014 – 01:30 pm

Leziz Turkish Cuisine menu

One thing I love about Philadelphia’s dining scene is the wide range of restaurants you can find. On any given night you can choose from anything from Vietnamese, Korean to Turkish. With Turkey on our mind (given our talk of travels to Turkey) we found the best rated Turkish BYOB restaurant in Philadelphia and headed over. It was a Wednesday night and the restaurant was quiet. We were one of only two patrons there but this didn’t take away from the environment. Turkish music played in the background while a large framed photo of Ataturk greeted…

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