As you can tell.... by having another post so soon after the original, we must enjoy this restaurant. Actually, it's the Missus who drives our visits. She loves having a plate of various meze... they know Her now, so they just tell Her to pick what She wants....
And of course there's the hot lavas......
I have been slowly trying to work my way through the Kebob menu...... it's hard, when you consider I really enjoy the Adana Kebob. This is the Beyti Kebab, a beef based kebob wrapped in lavas:
A couple of nights later I had the Alanzik Kebab ($14), which was very good.
Since I also ordered a Lahmacun.
Basically a lavas topped with spiced beef, reminiscent of the Soujook from Alforon. The slightly charred lavas, nice and crisp, along with the spices and beef were a nice combination. And the Alanzik tasted even better the next day......
If the toughest decision I have to make for any given day is between having dinner at Alforon or Sultan..... you know it hasn't been a bad day!
Sultan Kebab & Baklava
131 Jamacha Road
El Cajon, CA 92019