Three of us went to the Ali Baba and had a very enjoyable time. As recommended by other reviewers we started off with the Lavash bread (similar to nan bread)...very tasty and very addictive. For the main courses we had chicken curry, Beyti Sarma Kabob (ground veal and lamb wrapped in pita and served with a duo of yogurt and tomato sauce), and Veal Guvec (chunks of veal baked in a casserole with mushrooms, tomato, eggplant, green pepper, and cheese). We all enjoyed our dishes and even had some to take home for the next day. The service was cordial, but a little on the slow side. Overall, we had a fine experience and look forward to returning in the near future.
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