Browsing All posts tagged under »Turkish«

The Gozde Cafe’s Lentil Soup

April 7, 2009 by

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This is just a really quick review of a little place I visited in Auburn recently (at which to be honest I only had one dish). This was a take away kebab place called the Gozde Cafe, which normally wouldn’t warrant a review as it sells your standard kebab/burger/hot chips menu. However, an Old Friend […]

Woodfired Pizza and Kebab

February 27, 2009 by

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I’ve been becoming increasingly concerned that this blog is getting a little vegetarian. I thought I should try to restore the balance a bit… That’s an iskender kebab from Woodfired Pizza and Kebab in Chatswood. It’s made up of cut up Lebanese bread, sliced tomatoes, yoghurt, tomato sauce, a bit of parsley, lots and lots […]

Turkish Food

June 23, 2008 by

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  My description of Turkish food starts in reverse order from a meal, because of the irresistable appeal of Turkish desserts.  Look at the syrup being poured over a mountain of baklava!  This cafe was in Taksim, İstanbul, it was several stories high, with sweets on the ground floor and tables above.  They had counters […]

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