Anatolia is located on the 2nd floor of Far East Plaza (on the side of Jelita Minimart). tucked in a corner, it serves simple, yummy Turkish fare.
I always (over) order the same dishes when I’m there.
Iskander: pieces of beef shaved off the rotating spit and served with loads of tomato sauce and a generous serving of home made yoghurt.
Lamachun. a minced beef on flat bread, or what Bryan calls the only pizza I’d ever eat.
Menemem: scrambled eggs with sliced tomatoes and chili cooked liberally with voodoo sauce. I have no idea what it is they put in there but i love it so much. it’s just egg but it’s so good.
Bide: bread with minced meat, a little like mutarbuk. I asked Bryan if there’s a different between his bide and a bidet.
Buy ice-cream at your own peril. the little old man at the ice-cream counter is really deft with his hands. if you’ve never bought turkish ice-cream before, go check it out for yourself. We watched at a little girl get flustered at the ice-cream man who tricked her of her ice-cream cone. towards the end, she yelped out EH!