Authentic Anatolian Pastry
- Simit (Turkish Sesame Bagels)$4Simit is a circular bread, typically encrusted with sesame seeds or, less commonly, poppy, flax or sunflower seeds, found across the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire, and the Middle East. Simit's size, crunch, chewiness, and other characteristics vary slightly by region. It is widely known as Turkish bagel in United States.
- Spinach & Cheese Borek$40Turkish Boerek with Spinach and Feta Cheese is great for lunch or vegetarian dinner Serves: 6 people (1/2 tray)
- Mom's Cookie (Anne Kurabiyesi)$30Simple ingredients, goes great with coffee and tea. 15 pieces.
- My New Dish$40
Delicious Turkish Style Appetizers.
- Yaprak Sarma (Stuffed Vine Leaves)$50Gourmet Stuffed Grape Leaves With Onions, Rice, Olive Oil. It is a very popular dish in all regions. It is a favorite at tea and coctail parties and picnics.
- Icli Kofte (Stuffed Meatballs) 10pcs$40If you like Middle Eastern-style kibbe, you're sure to enjoy its Turkish counterpart. It is called içli köfte (eech-LEE' koof-TAY), which means "filled meatball." It's a dish that is common in the southeastern regional cuisine of Turkey where many Middle Eastern influences are present
- Cig Kofte (Vegetarian steak tartar)$25Classic Turkish-style steak tartar, better known as çiğ köfte (CHEE' kuf-TAY'), is made with fine bulgur, pepper, tomato paste, onion, garlic, and a mixture of Turkish spices. It's a regional dish from the southeastern part of Turkey with a lot of history behind it. We serve vegetarian version of this ancient Turkish dish. It has a complex taste that is earthy and spicy while being sweet and smoky at the same time. Serves: 6-10 people
- Mexican Salad$15
Desserts are the showcase of Turkish cuisine. Turkish cuisine is has a very wide range of desserts from puddings to sophisticated phyllo dough works
- Tri-leche cake (Three milk cake)$30Albanian three milk cake; soft, sweet and milky, refreshing all year round. Serves: 6-8 people (1/2 tray)
- Baklava$30Baklava is a rich, traditional sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped walnuts and sweetened and held together with syrup. Serves: 12 people (1/2 tray)
- Seker Pare$25This traditional Turkish dessert is called 'şekerpare' ('shek-EYR par-EH'), which means "a piece of sweetness." These sweet, sticky and tender cookies are made from semolina, flour and powdered sugar that are baked golden brown and left to steep in sweet, lemony syrup. Serving: 1/2 Serves About 4 to 6 people.
- Cake$40Special orders are taken with flavor and designs of any kind!!