If you are in a group, the lavash bread that comes with your meal will also be communal!
Meat Lovers Pide ($11.95) Anatolia's Ground Meat, Turkish Pastrami, tomatoes, cheese, egg
- Quite small. Rather thin film of mixed meat. Either some spicing to the meat or it was the influence of the Turkish Pastrami.
- Not that tasty to me, maybe because there was too little meat.
- Meat portion is basically around $8 since the bread portion is probably about the same as a medium lavash bread. Overpriced.
- If you don't need the cheese, consider getting the lahmajun instead -- more meat spread over a thin crust, $11.45
- The curry here is strong and has some heat, but not too much. Very much not like an Indian curry, if that is what you are hoping for.
- The salad of chopped tomatoes and chilies (possibly ezme -- fresh tomatoes, parsley, onion, hot peppers, olive oil) is bitter and very spicy-hot, so watch out! Use the yogurt sauce to clear your palate if necessary -- don't blow it all on the lavash bread even though that tends to come very early.
- Not quite as much chicken as pictured in the menu.
- Big meal, so-so in taste. Felt maybe slightly overpriced for $14.95 but very filling because of the bowl of rice in the middle.
- Rather firm but still moist meatballs that merged together during baking.
- Some sour stuff (pickles?) in the stew.
- Looked like a smallish order for price.