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White Plains Turkish

PD | Aug 2, 2001 03:14 PM

Turkish Kebab House, 166 Mamaroneck Avenue (near East Post Road) in downtown White Plains is a find. It is authentic down to the tiny hourglass-shaped glasses in which they serve tea, and they have a nice $7.95 lunch special which includes a very fresh Shepherd's salad (or soup) and either one hot meat dish or two cold vegetarian meze appetizers (which I recommend). The only clinker was a basket of very ordinary pita bread. The place is deserted at lunchtime, although they do a steady take-out trade from the kebab stand in the front. The place has been open for 5 months; the proprietors apparently have been running a Turkish restaurant in Spain for some time. It's a nice airy place, decorated with kilims, etc., probably nice for dinner, too.

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