Mehmet Bekişoğlu with his wife and four children
What to Expect
Some of the delicious traditional foods to find in the Turkish cuisine are the Bamya (okra stew with vegetables and tomato sauce), Manti (dumplings filled with meat, parsley, spices, and served with mint yogurt sauce, paprika, butter), Moussaka (sautéed eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, and carrots in a casserole), and the Sultan Delight (A classic Ottoman dish with lamb over smoked eggplant purée and tomato sauce).
Other dishes include, but are not limited to, baba ganoush, hummus, labneh, tabouli, and grape leaves. Some exceptional hot dishes to give a try are the fried calamari and bulgur pilaf and chicken and falafel. A variety of lamb, chicken, and salad based meals are available as well. If you are concerned about vegetarian options, no need to worry! There are over a dozen other seafood entrees available to enjoy! Let’s not forget the desert! To name a few, you could go for the classic baklava, or the sutlac , a Turkish rice pudding, or possibly the sekerpare cookies.
A collage of the many dishes the restaurant offers
Not only does the food itself make your mouth water, but the prices are exceptionally pleasing! Most entrees cost around $16-20.00, while the soups, salads, and appetizers will be around $10.00 or under.
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