Kevin’s recent review:
This place sounds good, that coffee looks like rich hot chocolate.
Funny I went a few days ago and thought the doner was just OK. Nothing worth writing about. The baklava, however, is fantastic.
I think on the whole the flavors at Zuma Kitchen down the street are stronger for Turkish food.
yea we call that Armenian coffee lol
there’s different names for similar things, amermian coffee and turkish coffee being one of them, ?
I mean the places are right next to each other and a huge part of Turkey is historically Armenia so it’s the same drink.
I thought Zuma was subpar, i’ll define give kitchen a try.
Don’t ask for a Turkish coffee in Greece, unless you want to listen to a long, patient lecture correcting your pathetic ignorance of “real” history. Which will probably touch on politics, science and philosophy at some point or another. Ask for Greek coffee.
That said, I love that dark grainy, coffe. With those hard, little sugar cubes.
Yes, i was touching on that with also Armenia, Turkey and you mentioned Greece.
… and even better baklava.
Hi @Nemroz (and all),
Where would you recommend getting great Armenian / Greek / Turkish Coffee?
Better yet just ask for coffee. It’s not mere politics, like you ironically stated, it’s history and it matters
I know. Trust me on that.