In the Mt. Vernon Triangle neighborhood you'll discover this Turkish delight. The setting is stylish, with an open, airy dining room set in front of the exhibition kitchen. The cooking reflects the vast range of cuisines of the Ottoman Empire. The kitchen creates a variety of mezes, flat breads and traditional entrees which lean toward beef, lamb and chicken choices, though a wide-selection of vegetarian dishes are also available. The wine selection leans toward Mediterranean vintages. A popular dinner option, is the "Ottoman Experience", though everyone at the table must order it. It is an all-you-can-eat selection of soups, salads, spreads and mezes, available after 4 p.m..
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