Later that night we met up with our landlord/host again for dinner. We headed out to have Turkish cuisine which was a welcome change to all the German food we've been having.
Doc Nut and I weren't too extremely hungry so we didn't order any appetizers. However, that didn't stop Mr. Haribo Mule from getting his linsensuppe (lentil soup - €3) which he enjoyed very much. He said it was really rich and spiced really nicely.
The soup came with mercimek corbasi (flatbread) which was HUGE! The thin bread was slightly cooked on both sides. Some pieces were crunchy while others were softer. A light oil slick covered the top and was pretty delicious on its own.
€1.30). It turned out to be a citrus cream soda. It was just okay.
€3.50). The gyro meat came topped with lots of vegetable and stuffed into a fresh pita.
€4) which came with some more meat.
€8) which came with 2 pork kebaps, salad, grilled tomato, grilled long pepper, and rice. The meat was juicy and had a lot of different spices in it. It was really nice. The rice was flavorful on its own as well. I think they mixed some spices and almond slivers in it. It paired very well with the kebap. The grilled long pepper wasn't very spicy but provided a bit of heat while the grilled tomato was juicy and one side was caramelized. The only downfall of the dish was the sad looking and tasting salad. It looked and tasted old. The radicchio cabbage was extremely bitter and the lettuce was bruised and wilted. I topped eating that immediately.
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