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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

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Ed (from Yuma)

This place has become a favorite of Tina and me. The mezes are great, but we also enjoy standards like hummus and babaganouj there. The breads aren't bad either. Thanks to you and KenB for finding Sultan. I just wish we lived closer.

ken

Yes, still alive and kicking! We haven't been back to Sultan ourselves in a good six months so this post is a good reminder. Glad to hear the food is still great. We think their backlava is the best in the city.

Kirk

Hi Ed - Must be a nice "get out of town stop" for the both of you!

Hi Ken - It's good to know you're doing well. We thought the food was actually better than on our last couple visits....though that was a while ago.

Faye

I'm always in awe how you can write the actual language of a dish (I'd just say 'um, so this mixed grille plate right here....'). How much was the Karisik Izgara - it looks amazing !

Kirk

Hi Faye - Well, after being to Turkey twice in the last three years, I think I should remember the names of at least a couple of dishes, right? The mixed grill is $18 and enough for two to share, maybe along with some mezes.

lee

Thanks for this review. I've only gone here for their baklava, which have been exceptional and so far unparalleled by any other I've tried. Now you've given me the push to try their other offerings.

lee

btw why do you think the food's better during Ramadan? Is it because they make it more special (for people who've been fasting all day?)? :)

Kirk

Hi Lee - Yes, by all means try their other dishes. A good place to start might be the Adana Kebab and some mezes, or the lahmachun. We've found that there are more offerings during Ramadan and for some reason the food seems to be prepared even better than usual. I hope you enjoy your meals!

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