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Delightful atmosphere. Small but quaint. Stopped here with friends and was happily surprised by yummy food. Service was good. Had to wait a bit to be seated but they turned the table as quick as they could.
Salads, wraps, kebabs. Located near the west end of the Twin Peaks tunnel. Empire theater across street. Nice atmosphere. Had the Greek salad and an eggplant appetizer which seemed more tomato based than eggplant.
To my dearest friendly staff over there— all of you are doing such excellent customer service. I will recommend To eat Feta Prawns and Baba Ghanouj for appetizers, citrus chicken wrap with fries or kebab with arugula salad. This are just some of my favorite....Every dining experience is a superb.
Also the price is just right. That is why I keep coming back.More
We rode Muni out to West Portal to escape from the tourists at Embarcadero. The thought being, that restaurants at West Portal must be good because they do not depend on tourists. After walking both side of West Portal Avenue for a couple of blocks,...we decided on Bursa Mediterranean Cuisine. We were promptly seated and presented with lunch menus. Service was good throughout the meal. We ordered dolmas appetizer, lamb kebabs, and spicy adana. Dolmas was good. I really like the way the grape leaves are prepared. Lamb kebab was anemic with very little lamb. It was mostly rice. Spicy adana was flavorful but short on spice. It was mostly pita. We will return to West Portal in the future to try a couple of interesting looking restaurants; but, we will skip Bursa.More
We’ve been coming here for years with family, friends and co-workers. I really like their rack of lamb $30 and beef stroganoff. The chicken stroganoff is okay but sort of weird with chopped pickles on top. Comes with rice pilaf and a small green salad....The falafel salad isn’t bad but not enough falafels. Hubby and kids also like their kebab. Their complimentary bread is nice and soft and comes with olive oil and mixed spices for dipping. A nice neighborhood restaurant and staff are always nice. No reservations.More
It was an easy drive from the valley to find this place on Saturday for lunch. The Falafel is tatsy and perfectly cooked. The side sauces are yogurt based and a bit salty. The dolmah was soft. Red lentil soup was flavorful and heavy.
My...husband and kid loved the lamb and beef skewers which were so soft.More
Great food, great service! Love the lunch specials and wraps, although love them so much I'm kinda bummed they don't offer them during dinner :( Seriously only downside to this place! Staff is amazing! Nothing much else to say!