The flavors of the Mediterranean come to the Garden State with authentic Turkish cuisine
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$17 for $30 worth of Mediterranean dinner cuisine for two or more
$33 for $60 worth of Mediterranean dinner cuisine for four or more
The city of Istanbul is about a 12-hour flight away from Istanbul Turkish Mediterranean Cuisine' the restaurant. Based on the restaurant’s Turkish and Mediterranean food, that means means the chefs are particularly skilled. That, or they send busboys out each morning to pick up falafel, kebabs, and stuffed cabbage from the home country. Either way, Istanbul Turkish Mediterranean Cuisine's guests are getting an authentic experience. "We want our customers to feel like they're in Istanbul even if they've never been there," owner Serkan Izci told the Daily Record. Besides meat and vegetarian entrees that draw on the city's rich heritage and mixture of cultures, diners can also try specialty drinks such as turkish coffee and tea and the country's take on Sprite, called Uludağ Gazoz.