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Turkish fast-food

Jeremy Osner | Mar 11, 1999 12:49 PM

I ate lunch today at Turkey Grill on Bleeker and
MacDougal -- contrary to their name they do not serve
grilled turkey, instead I had a homemade chicken
Adana sausage, very good! The presentation is standard
fast-food restaurant, the sausage is served on a plate
with pita bread, iceberg lettuce, sliced onion and
tomato, and a plate of french fries (which seemed a
little excessive -- also they were not good fries).
This was the "platter", which cost $6.50. For a little
less you could get the "sandwich", which is the same
thing but smaller servings of everything, and inside
the bread. And no fries.

Anyway -- the sausage was extremely tasty and very
fresh. I'd go back there in a second. It's a good area
for middle eastern fast-food restaurants -- either
MacDougal or Sullivan, just north of Bleeker, has got 2
or 3 top-notch felaferias(?).

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