Saturday, June 02, 2007
Anatolia Turkish Restaurant, Far East Plaza
I'm told that this place (14 Scotts Road #02-58, 6836-3352) has been around for ages, and yet it was only tonight that I made my way over here for a quick bite. I was expecting some worn out little place with only a few things on the menu. But to my surprise, there was a brightly lit counter on one side, complete with rotating spits and a rather wide selection of items listed on a lit menu high up on the wall (like they have at fast food joints). After placing your order, head down to the other side of the passageway and sit at the wooden tables where they bring you the food. Hey this looked rather promising!
And yes, it generally worked for me. I grabbed an ananda kebab, whose minced meat was a tad dry and salty but still enough on the safe side of excessive to get me to gobble up the tasty stuff in seconds. The portions were a bit small, so I followed up with an iskender kebab to round it out. It was piping hot and similiarly good enough for me to enjoy.
I'm no pro on Turkish food, but I liked this place enough that I'd come back. They had a couple of other items on the menu that looked interesting, including some big meat-flatbread thing that I do want to come back for. Doner kebabs were on the menu too. Are they open late by chance? I think Dharma's has shut down, so we could sure use a new late night kebab shop around here.
Digested at 7:53 PM
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