The name is no joke -- there really is a Turkish mum here. As the name suggests, this intimate restaurant serves up homey, simple Turkish fare. Choose from cacik (yogurt with garlic and chives), dolmas (peppers stuffed with grilled meat and rice) and kebabs galore (adana, iskaner) and other dishes including “sultan’s delights” (slow-cooked eggplant and lamb) or chicken stew with plums and apples on basmati rice. Vegetarians will also find delectable bites on the menu with the Dolma, a stuffed vegetable dish and the Merchmek Kofta.
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