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12131 S. Chalkley Rd. (Iron Bridge Rd.) Send to Phone
Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine in a family-friendly setting.


Lunch & Dinner daily

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

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: It’s tricky finding Anatolia Grill, located in a little no-name shopping strip, but it’s well worth the effort. Especially since ripe olives and napkin-swaddled, fresh-baked ekmek (Turkish bread reminiscent of your favorite pizza dough) greet you. Everything is made in-house by the Turkish owner, from that warm round loaf to pistachio-dusted baklava, the perfect punctuation to a dinner of grilled calamari salad, red lentil soup, lamb shish kebab, moussaka (oven-cooked ground beef, eggplant, onion, garlic, bell peppers and herbs) or gyro chicken doner kebab. Lunch offers “smaller portions” of dinner items, proving everything’s relative since plates still overflow with kebabs or falafel along with nutty bulgur (crushed wheat that looks like rice) and luscious salads crowned with marinated red cabbage. The tzatziki sauce alone, redolent of dill and mint, tastes of how lovingly food is treated here. Modestly priced wines and Turkish beer help set the mood, along with a Mediterranean soundtrack. And, on special occasions, there might even be a belly dancer.

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