Dining Outside the Home: Turkish Bar and Grill in Altamonte Springs, Florida 

Behold a rich menu of Turkish cuisine. Imagine this, take your hands and gently tear the sesame-laden puffed homemade bread. Feel the air deflate like a balloon as you dredge it across a plate of authentic hummus prepared with classic ingredients like olive oil and tahini. Next, the main course is a buffet of chile-infused chicken, garlic lamb and beef gyro strips plus grilled vegetables over sweet sticky rice. The platter is drizzled with enough melted butter to make your eyes roll back in satisfaction. All the flavors culminate with a sweet, nutty finale of homemade layered baklava dessert drenched in a syrup of natural honey. Pure and simple gratification. 

17 thoughts on “Dining Outside the Home: Turkish Bar and Grill in Altamonte Springs, Florida 

  1. That sounds interesting, that baklava dessert, I used to make that at the Willow Brook hotel and restaurant many years ago however they had to Americanize it with brown sugar mixture instead of the traditional way. Curious, did the top layer of it have diamond shapes lightly carved in it?

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