Another dinner for two that was a most pleasurable experience. We started out with two appetizers - the Cevilizi Ezme and the Mucver - both delicious; and of course, this was coupled by the fresh warm Turkish bread that is served at each meal (and a bread neither I nor my guests can ever resist). We had the Turkish Efes Pilsner - which probably is the best beet in the world. Having, on previous occasions, tried all of the exqusite desserts, we shared the new Asure, and were delighted. And the Turkish coffee is good and well presented. Every time is a delightful and delicious experience!
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