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CLOSED: Anatolia Mediterranean Cuisine

  • Veg-friendly
    ( 2 reviews )
Hours

Closed

Contact 561-361-4000
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212 S Federal Hwy (at SE 2nd St), Boca Raton, Florida, USA, 33432

Serves meat, vegan options available. A family-run restaurant in Royal Palm Plaza. While meat dominates the menu, you will find some vegetarian suitable dishes like zucchini pancakes (mujver), fire-roasted eggplant, parsley pastry, artichoke dishes, vegetable stuffed eggplant, assorted fried veggie plate, cold mezze platter (with grape leaves, baba ghoush), and lentil soup. Full wine list or BYOB for a corkage fee. Vegans to specify (no yoghurt, etc). Turkish decor. MAR 2016 REPORTED SHUT.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Mediterranean, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Turkish, Non-veg

Reviews (2)

First Review by lulu_k

yuuuuuuummmmmy - Edit

I really like this place!! It is very good Lebanese food. My only complaint is they put yogurt in the tahini..... Yogurt? really? hahahaaa but if you eat dairy I guess it is no problem but still tahini is so easy to make normally

Pros: lots of vegan options, great price, good food and service

Cons: tahini has dairy


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Specify specify specify - Edit

Turkish people have a hard time undestanding what a vegan is, i know this because im a turkish vegan and my parents are confused by it even after a year of being vegan. Fortunately, a lot of appetizers, especially those with olive oil are safe. For example, fried eggplant, hummus, fried peppers, grape leaves (the cold kind not the hot kind), babaganoush, piyaz (white bean salad), lentil soup, and falafel, are almost always vegan.

Be careful of the rice, turkish people tend to cook theirs with chicken stock, so ask first. I ordered the spinach/feta pita, with no feta and NO butter on the crust. I also specified no butter or egg in the spinach mixture. The spinach mixture had chopped onion and other veggies and was on fresh baked pita. Kind of like a spinach pizza. It was yummy

Pros: can eat most appetizers

Cons: must ask questions, must specify


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