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Anatolia's Gate - a nice Turkish surprise in Burnaby


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Anatolia's Gate - a nice Turkish surprise in Burnaby

fmed | Nov 26, 2008 05:06 PM

I had heard of Anatolia's Gate for the first time here on Chowhound sometime last year ( ). SInce then, I have read and heard other good reports from others and at various review sites.

This place was a great surprise. The food was very very good. All their flatbreads are made fresh on the spot when you order. Here, they serve their donair kabob wrapped with a freshly made pide (pita) pulled out of the oven mere seconds before they stuff it with filling. It is by far the best donair I have had here in town (I'm not a shawarma/donair person, but this was good).

The proprietors are Turkish who lived and operated a Turkish restaurant in NY City (it is still open for business - probably being run by relatives).

Check it out. They also serve pizza...and from the looks (and taste) of their Pide and Lahmajun - I bet you their pizza will be good.

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