I want to encourage people to try Anatolia Kebob in Lincoln Square if you haven't yet. (Lincoln just N. of Wilson). I live in the neighborhood and really want to support this great little place so it is able to stay. I don't know how it's currently doing, but there are a lot of new restaurants in the neighborhood now and more competition.
I've tried a sauteed vegetable dish with couscous and yogurt sauce that was excellent, and a grilled vegetable dish (a special) that came with big pieces of eggplant, zucchini, onions, tomatoes,etc. that I liked even better. My friend has ordered the kebabs, either lamb, chicken, or beef, and he thinks the food is really great as well, preferring it over other middle eastern places he's been in the past. Some or all of the meat (not sure which) is hormone free, natural, etc. (sign is on window with details). They also give you a salad included with most entrees, which is nice. Entrees we had were about $7-$8. There are many appetizers which I haven't tried yet, soups, and desserts. Also turkish tea and coffee. The owner is usually there and is very concerned with how you liked your meal, if you need anything else, etc.
One problem I see is they're not set up to take credit cards yet. I was surprised, and I asked about this, but don't know when it is happening... You might want to let them know if you think it's important, and maybe it will speed things up.
So, try it, and if you have any suggestions let the owner know - he really seems to care and want feedback on his restaurant, which is so refreshing. I'd like to see this little place with great food and great prices survive in the neighborhood!
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