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I was really imporessed with the Turkish pizza here, as well as the wide range of delectable appetizers on the menu. We chose "Turkish Cuisine" on N. Clark (in Andersonville) for a VT meet-up in February 2006, and it worked out very good. The restaunant wasn't crowded, so we got a comfortable table in a corner of the main dining room, and the food was really quite good.

One note: it was quite chilly in the restaurant on the February afternoon we ate here. Maybe it's just a cold building. And the service was peculiar and slow. But I think we all felt that any deficiencies in BTUs or in waitstaff charm were compensated for by the excellent cuisine coming out of the kitchen.

And it's fun having beer at a VT meet-up, especially when the beer comes from brewmaster Kevin, aka "It's fun having fun".

Address: 5605 N. Clark
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: In Andersonville on North Clark, a few blocks north of Foster.
Phone: 773-878-8930
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 3
Theme: Middle Eastern
Website: http://www.turkishcuisine.net/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 4, 2006
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