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Temel, Fairfax

Meg | Feb 22, 2008 01:44 AM

Went last night for the first time in ages. Was reminded again of how good it is. I'm not that well versed in Turkish food, but thought the babbha ganoush was even better than the Lebanese Market, as was the bread, and my husband's adana kabob and my lamb shish with yogurt were both pheonomenal, not to mention reasonably priced, especially for the setting. It's a beautiful but comfortable dining room with white table cloths, not your typical kabob shop by any means. The wait staff were very prompt and friendly. You almost felt like you were in their home. The dining room is spacious (and they've got a terffiic looking bar), though we were only one of 3 tables the entire time we were there. I wanted to spread the word because it's SO tucked away, you'd never know it was there, even driving by. It's on Old Pickett across from the Home Depot, not far from Arties. Curious what other Hounds think of it.

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