Turquoise Cafe (Turkish)

The seating outside, in front of their restaurant, has an intimate, charming quality to its decor. The service staff is attentive and the delayed timing between courses allows for a relaxing meal experience. The cocktails, warm bread, and baklava were all excellent. The entrees fell a little flat in comparison. The zucchini pancake was tasty and something I’ll definitely try making at home. I ordered the Manti, turkish ravioli filled with veal, and unfortunately it did not meet my expectations. I appreciate that the pasta is made from scratch but I’m not sure if it’s living up to the promise of taste and texture.

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