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  • Date Night: Anatolia Cafe

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    This great Turkish restaurant and cafe is perfect for this weeks Date Night. Located in the vibrant Cedar/Lee neighborhood, you are sure to enjoy this restaurant. I've been here a couple of times, and can say that it is one of my go-to restaurants when I'm back home.

    With their Turkish inspired dishes, you are sure to find something delicious. Of course when dining out at an ethnic restaurant, you have to try the pita and hummus...but don't eat to much or you won't be hungry for your dinner. Here are some reviews, courtesy of Yelp:

    Wendy H.
    Cleveland, OH
    5/16/2011

    This is some of the freshest food I have ever eaten. It absolutely sparkles. I agree that this is one of the best values for mediterranean food that I can recall having had: just truly top notch, from the apricot juice through the perfectly-balanced entrees (the sauces are particularly good). Simple dishes you thought you knew, like baba ganoush, are so delicious that they are redefined. In fact, two of us often get a large appetizer plate as an "entree," supplementing with a soup and more (fresh! so fresh!) feta.

    Atmosphere is warm (gorgeous kilim, beautiful rich colors) indoors, delightful outdoors (well, except for the unavoidable traffic) and the service is perfect.

    I have to force myself not to go to this place every week!

    Camilla G.
    The attention just encourages me.
    Cleveland, OH
    4/28/2011

    This is one of my favorite neighborhood places. And I love it that a Turkish place counts as a neighborhood place in my neighborhood. (Redundant, I know).

    Service is impeccable, and the food is pretty amazing. All the doner dishes are delightful.

    Try a can of the sour cherry juice. Yum.

    Read more reviews at Yelp

    So be sure to visit this local Turkish restaurant the next time you're thinking about going out. Grab some decaf coffee at Phoenix across the street and relax...the week is almost over!

    Here is another review of Anatolia Cafe, courtesy of our friends at The Cleveland Heights Patch:

    Anatolia Café — Dining al fresco is a concept we Clevelanders need to be re-introduced to every spring, especially after a felonious winter battering like the one we took over the past few months.

    So when you’re finally ready to relinquish your fleece-lined mittens and emerge, you might want to consider dining al fresco at the Anatolia Café on Lee Road.

    This cozy venue offers comfortable bistro dining inside or out, with the sidewalk patio providing a great opportunity for people watching.

    Anatolia Café, a Turkish/Mediterranean restaurant, is a favorite with many thanks to intriguingly flavored dishes such as yogurt kebabs, and a full bar service including Turkish wines.

    Authentic dishes are freshly prepared and include the thin-sliced Doner, a mixture of lamb and beef, and Tavuk Adana, ground chicken accented with red bell peppers and grilled on skewers.

    If you can’t make up your mind, there’s always the mixed grill — in meaty or vegetarian versions — each featuring a combination of customer favorites.

    Read more at The Cleveland Heights Patch

    2270 Lee Road, 216-321-4400. Open Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m. to Midnight, Sat.-Sun Noon to Midnight.

     

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