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Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine, Winter Park

Solen Istanbul -- First

Good for: Romance, Large groups, Doing business, Special occasions, Entertaining clients

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations, Late Night

Dining style: Casual Dining

Cross street: Morse

Transit: The Lynx bus system has multiple stops along Park Avenue, Fairbanks, and Morse.

Description: Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine is a family owned business, established in 2005, that offers variety of authentic Turkish food from many regions of Turkey. Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine adapted its name from one of the oldest cities in the world, Istanbul, which was once known as the Constantinople in the early 13th century. The name “Bosphorous” taken from the strait that lies in the center of Istanbul connecting the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara, Europe to Asia. The decor of this eatery is kept to minimum to draw the attention to the food. The intent was to create a modernized, warm authentic atmosphere by taking the old elements of Istanbul and combining it with some modern influences to create a truly unique experience.

A question just for me...

by rhu-barbie

Where are you going in turkey? The recommendations would definitely change depending on which areas you will go to, but you will have great food regardless!
Please don't think that kebap is all we eat. If I had to summarize Turkish restaurants into 4 categories it would be:
1.) kebap/gyros places with not so many veggie choices. With salads and lahmacun (turkish pizza) and rice as a side.
2.) traditional Turkish food restaurants: these are cafeteria style restaurants with home-cooking type of meals. Lamb shanks, stuffed eggplant, lots of veggie options. I prefer this type of food to kebaps

Troya, Turkish Med restaurant on lower

by Clement-

Not a food review.
Generous, kind, professional service. Understated. Lunch and dinner. Didn’t look at lunch menu: I sleep in. Décor is casual, Price is reasonable. Romantically candlelit in a dark long corner store front. Perhaps the expectant Womb of Helen? Very spare but romantic room, at least by night.

Hip young clientele on this slow Wednesday at 6PM. Napkin service. Lots of long windows to view the bustle outside. Everybody heads down the block for good Burmese or Q . Remember this when the lines for Q and Burma Star are too long. May be drafty on a cold night with all the windows closed and an uncurtained doorway

Restaurant recommendation SF or peninsula?

by --

I'm having a celebration dinner in early March for around 6 people. We all love good food, and I'm hoping for good atmosphere in the restaurant too. I posted about this over the weekend, and someone suggested Manresa, but I think that's $$ than I would feel comfortable with. Any other suggestions? Any kind of really good food would be considered (turkish, italian, chinese, french...)

Turkish Culture and Festivities  — Free Times
The South Carolina Dialogue Foundation is sponsoring a Turkish Cultural Festival on April 26 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event aims to showcase authentic Turkish food, games and music.


Turkish recipes?

Can someone plz give me some good n delicious turkish recipes for food, sweets or any non-alcholoic drink, thanks!

I love Turkish food, it's delicious and healthy. Here are some wonderful recipes, enjoy!

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