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Alaturka in Park Slope


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Alaturka in Park Slope

pastoralia | Jun 1, 2007 06:46 AM

I have become a big fan of this place which opened up next to Chip Shop on 6th street and 5th Ave. Their chicken kabob sandwich has perfectly grilled, huge chicken chunks served in between two slices of their homemade wheat pita bread. Filled with shredded onions, lettuce, and carrots it's a helluva meal. The chicken kabob platter is big enough for two and it's only like $12. Their hummus is amazing too...very fresh with a zing of lemon.

I know this sounds like an ad for the place but I live around the corner and everytime I go there it seems so empty despite the food being so good and the owners are being so friendly. I really want to see them to succeed. Is the reason I haven't seen any other posts about this place on the boards because no one has been there or are people not as impressed as I am?

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