This cuisine is one that not every city can boast having represented in its restaurants and this is what attracted my wife and I to try it on our recent visit to DC from Seattle. The place is attractively furnished and the menu full of items that looked interesting. We weren't terribly hungry and so we settled on splitting the vegetarian moussaka. I had a bit of hesitation as I love moussaka and feared that the lack of lamb would detract from the dish. I need not have worried. The dish was full of taste, was quite rich. In fact, I am glad that I split the dish as it completely filled me up. I did have a cup of lentil soup. It was a cold and blustery March day in DC and sitting by the fire was very welcome.
I only wish that I did not have the chance to try the Turkish pizza. It looked and smelled great. Who knew that the Turks made pizza? Try this place out!
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