My family has been all over the world, but never to Turkey. We decided the next best thing was Turkish food, so my wife found Anatolia's Gate. It was clean and simple in layout, with a big brick oven behind the counter. Turks love fresh bread called lavash, which is much like a pita on growth hormones. Ours was at least eighteen inches by twelve, brushed with olive oil and sprinkled with white and black sesame seeds. It was fresh from the oven, smelled wonderful, and lasted three of us the entire meal. We had a sampling of shepherd salad, lentil soup (with lemon), chicken wraps (called durhams) and a meat/cheese and egg delight called meat pide. The hummus and dill yogurt dips were lovely, and all was served beautifully by Mustafa, our young waiter. All the staff seemed to be under twenty. The whole menu is halal, at medium prices. We were all stuffed for $14 each.
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