The warm red brick walls, the kilim weavings covering some of the seating, the bustle of the bakery set at the end of the dining room and the beat of Turkish pop music make this a cozy yet lively spot. Couples, families and single diners will all find a welcoming atmosphere.
On the plate
Authentic Turkish food, with lots of eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, grilled kebabs and yogurt sauces. The good-size portions should keep hearty eaters happy, while the hot and cold appetizers, traditionally combined to make a mix of nibbles for the whole table, are a lighter meal alternative.
"We really enjoyed our evening at Turkish Cuisine. The restaurant is unassuming on the outside, but don't be fooled: inside it is a lovely cozy atmosphere. The menu was extensive, highlighting different aspects of Turkey's cuisine, complete with pictures. All of the dishes we ordered were a hit. Our especial favorites were the roasted quail and the manti: meat ravioli in a yogurt sauce. I'm sure we'll be back again!"
Dined on 5/18/2013
Special Features: fit for foodies, good for groups, romantic
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