With just the two of us nowadays...the kids have left, we decided to have an early dinner. Saw the Anatolian sign and pulled in. We ordered the chicken platter, kuzu pirzola and shish kebab platter and two baklavas. We found the chicken season just right and the lamb very tender. Now the crowning glory was the baklava, many layers of goodness and the sweet taste of honey enhanced our visit. In all fairness, the wait was a little slow but the food made up for the wait. I would come back.
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