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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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I absolutely love Krave. They recently reduced the price so that it's only three dollars with an added 99 cents for unlimited toppings which means I'll be visiting much more often. Though I really only tried the tangy original for a while with fruits--all of which are consistently fresh--their other options are delectable. Try cheesecake with cap'n crunch, mango yogurt with coconut. This place is fantastic.
Tried Miel recently and loved it. Service was tremendous, and we delighted by the same soft shell crab appetizer. Definitely worth the pay and visit.
I'm really excited for Swett's in Green Hills, but I think it might struggle for a while. Recently, all the new additions in that area have been particularly uppity, expensive, and health-oriented. It's a refreshing addition, but the Green Hills crowd might be a bit hostile at first...
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