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COMPASS MAGAZINE > September 2013

Anatolia Turkish Restaurant

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Anatolia Turkish Restaurant

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Anatolia Turkish Restaurant


(04) 2320-2186
150, JingCheng Rd, West Dist.
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-10 pm weekdays; 11 am-10 pm weekends
(closed Tue.)
Halal food.
Cash only.
10% service charge.

Taichung's only purely Turkish (and Turkish-owned) restaurant, Anatolia has moved to this new location, where it serves the same full menu of authentic cuisine. Besides favorites like Beyti Kebab (NT$310), menu additions include a new Pide (pizza), topped with homemade beef sausage, plus the Mixed Kebab. Don't forget desserts like Turkish Ice Cream (NT$90, 3 scoops) and savory Sutlac rice pudding. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. The savory Tavuk Sac Kauvurma (NT$250) features tomatoes, peppers, onions and garlic, finely sliced, fried and served in a metal dish with rice, pictured here with the very popular Turkish Lavash bread (NT$75).

B. There are seven types of Turkish pizza, or Pide, including the Mixed Pide (NT$280), a combination of mushroom, cheese with eggs, and lamb or beef toppings. Also pictured is the refreshing Cacik (NT$100), made with homemade yogurt (no added sugar), garlic, cucumbers and mint.

Anatolia Turkish RestaurantC. Anatolia's bright new location is conveniently located on JingCheng Road.

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