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- $16 for $30 worth of Turkish cuisine for two or more people
- $27 for $50 worth of Turkish cuisine for four or more people
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Plates of Turkish cuisine sail through the warmly lit dining room of Saray Restaurant, landing on tablecloths to dispatch kebabs, seafood, and vegetarian entrees straight to palates. The cozy den of Eastern delights has scooped up oodles of accolades with its sesame-flecked pita, including a spot on Boston magazine's Best of Boston 2008 list and praise from the Boston Globe, which called the restaurant "remarkable - and totally authentic."
Hot appetizers such as feta-spangled fried-zucchini pancakes and cold starters of stuffed grape leaves prime taste buds for Mediterranean feasts. Guests tuck into char-grilled striped bass and lamb-stuffed cabbage rolls during breaks between sword fights with kebab skewers dotted with chicken meatballs, lamb, vegetables, and cabbage. At the Boston University–area storefront, a false rooftop creates a village feel, and skillets hang invitingly behind a semicircular window.
What some people are buzzing about:
76% of 537 customers recommend
“Don't forget to bring your own alcohol. I recommend Efes - it's a really tasty Turkish beer that you can find at Blanchards right up the street on Harvard Ave in...”
“Don't forget to bring your own alcohol. I recommend Efes - it's a really tasty Turkish beer that you can find at Blanchards right up the street on Harvard Ave in Allson. The grape leaves and hummus were delicious and the chicken shish kebab was great and perfectly seasoned. And if you like baklava, get it here! ”
“Portions are large. Our table of 4 started with a shared appetizer plate; while it was good, the meals (kofte, kababs, etc) were more than enough food. ”
“The food was amazing! It will be our "go to" restaurant when we are in Boston. ”