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Comment Archives: Locations: Food and Drink: Turkish

Re: “Anatolia

I enjoy Anatolia. I really do, but at the end of the day, I think it lives too much on the hype of an ethnic backdrop. Yes, it is not the standard cheeseburger, but are all the dishes that interesting? The lamb kebab is tasty, but ultimately disappointingly simple. Hummus is great as an appetizer, but the dish is so common that grocery stores nationwide now serve heaping mounds of the stuff on a daily basis. I can say, that I truly enjoy the goat cheese phyllo dough rolls, and the service is impeccable. But if you want something truly and enticingly different, don't necessarily get your hopes up at Anatolia.

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Posted by Alvin Kim on 06/09/2010 at 4:41 PM

Re: “Anatolia

Truly a Turkish Delight....the entrees are so authentic you step into the feel of Turkey as soon as the dishes are served. The eggplant stuffed with lamb bits is perfect and with the sour cream and chive sauce you need nothing else. The simple house salad with vinaigrette dressing is a great compliment to any of the entrees.

Posted by Chips on 05/21/2010 at 12:38 AM

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