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Frankfurt: A turkish must

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Frankfurt: A turkish must

sixela! | Apr 22, 2003 08:25 AM

If yer going to frankfurt, where i am writing from now, you#ll have ample opprotunitz to try something called lachmajun....it also goes bz the name of turkish pizza..really thin flatbread with a lamm, tomato, herb, topping served with tomato, onion, lettuce (or cabbage)..amazing stuff...i would recommend one joint in particular...get off at constablewache subway station and cross the street with the strassenbahn---walk away from the pedestrian zone....walk about 2 or 3 block, past the chinese restaurant and italian ice cafe (fantastic icecream) and right around the stadt biblioteche (library) is a turkish place whose name I#ve forgotten...they have about 10 tables outside with black and red colors..they make everz lachmajun fresh...straight from the oven...no frozen stuff here...please try this place...get it for 3 euro for to go or 3.50 to eat there...i like it there better, but for togo they wrap it up like a burrito and this is also very swell.

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