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Best Kebab: Anatolia Café

Best Kebab: Anatolia Café

Turkey's riff on the Greek gyro, the doner kebab, is a combo of highly seasoned beef and lamb, grilled on a rotating vertical spit; as the meat cooks, broad mahogany ribbons of it are cut away, with a very sharp knife, to be served over buttery rice. At the friendly Anatolia Café, where the Turkish food is fit for a king, the doner initially may look a little dry; in reality, though, it is mouthwateringly moist, yet completely grease-free.

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Anatolia Café Is Not Only Alive And Well, But Better Than Ever

Anatolia Café Is Not Only Alive And Well, But Better Than Ever

Talk about turning lemons into lemonade. A little over a year ago, Yashar Yildirim was mourning the imminent demise of his three-year-old Turkish restaurant, Anatolia Café. Situated on the South Euclid side of Cedar Center, the popular eatery faced a premature death at the hands of an eminent-domain wrecking ball

Turkish Treat

Turkish Treat

Just down the street from the heart of the Cedar-Lee neighborhood,Anatolia Café is a welcome addition to the existing mix of pubs and restaurants. Relocated more than a year ago from Cedar Center, the Turkish bistro is much bigger than its original location but has retained its charm (and seemingly has no trouble filling the extra tables).

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Dinner, Drinks & a Movie: Anatolia Cafe...

Dinner, Drinks & a Movie: Anatolia Cafe...

Anatolia really comes into its own in the entree category. The chefs are expert at grilling and roasting, and the mixed grill ($22.95) amply demonstrates that skill with a delectable sampling of juicy lamb and chicken kebabs, adana (chopped lamb deliciously spiced, shaped and grilled on a skewer),

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