Homemade, preservative-free Turkish dishes, such as lamb casserole, stuffed eggplant, marinated chicken kebabs, and two types of hummus
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Choose Between Two Options
$12.99 for $20 worth of Turkish lunch cuisine for two or more, valid from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday–Thursday
$18 for $30 worth of Turkish dinner cuisine for two or more, valid from 3 p.m. to close Sunday–Thursday
At Anatolian Table, your entree's ingredients are either grown locally or in the Mediterranean—as is the case with the royal dorado, a fish that's served whole after being lured from the Mediterranean Sea. Regardless of their origins, however, each plate is prepped in-house without any additives. Yogurts, sauces, and breads are all homemade, and meat kebabs derive their flavor from signature marinades. Traditional Turkish entrees appease both vegetarians and omnivores alike: there's vegetable guvec, a mix of veggies baked with spices in a casserole pot, as well as sucuklu pide, Turkish garlic salami served atop crispy dough. There's even a kids' menu, which features child-friendly meals such as lamb burgers and chicken fingers that merge together to give a high-five after every bite.
everything was wonderful! go with a group so you can order and share appetizers and the mixed dinner plate was great for a first time visit it allows you to try a good variety because it's hard to pcik just one item when everything looks so good!