Anatolia Cafe

★★★★★

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My husband and I love love love the Anatolia Cafe. We sought it out originally because we love Turkish food and saw it listed in our Prestige Dining Club book (which we got free with our water softener, but I digress . . . ). Every entre I've ever ordered there has been fabulous. I love their desserts too! We usually get out of there having each had an extravagant three-course meal for about $50! To me, for so much food (usually enough to have leftovers the next day), it's a steal. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

2
★★★★★

My husband and I love love love the Anatolia Cafe. We sought it out originally because we love Turkish food and saw it listed in our Prestige Dining Club book (which we got free with our water softener, but I digress . . . ). Every entre I've ever ordered there has been fabulous. I love their desserts too! We usually get out of there having each had an extravagant three-course meal for about $50! To me, for so much food (usually enough to have leftovers the next day), it's a steal. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

Pros: Yummy Turkish Food

Cons: Lacks Ambiance; Hidden Location

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We were not sure about going in, because the restaurant was empty as we walked up. We are glad we did. The food is tasty and the chef was attentive. The disadvantage is the price. A dinner costs $13 and the soda is charged per can. We like drinking diet coke, so that adds up quickly. Anatolia Cafe is in the Prestige Dining Club, so one dinner was free. Without that it would have been a quite expensive for us. I definitely recommend it though!

2
★★★★☆

We were not sure about going in, because the restaurant was empty as we walked up. We are glad we did. The food is tasty and the chef was attentive. The disadvantage is the price. A dinner costs $13 and the soda is charged per can. We like drinking diet coke, so that adds up quickly. Anatolia Cafe is in the Prestige Dining Club, so one dinner was free. Without that it would have been a quite expensive for us. I definitely recommend it though!

Pros: very good food; great service

Cons: price

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Anatolia Cafe sits in an unassuming strip mall next to a laundromat. The parking lot often appears deserted, as many of the shops have closed. At first glance, you may wonder if this cafe is even open! The first time we went here, it was completely empty. We sat in the corner on a beautiful bench with ornate pillows, and were then presented with some of the most delightful cuisine I've had in Columbus. Our lunch started with hummus, which was nice and garlic-y. The hummus comes with freshly made pita triangles that are amazing. For the entree, I ordered the Chicken Shistawook and my date ordered one of the Iskender plates. Iskender is a dish of meat with a light tomato sauce and a good helping of yogurt over pita croutons. I liked his dish so much, I ordered it the next time we went! The second time, the owner recognized us - even months after our first visit! He asked if we wanted our "regular" seat. Anatolia Cafe is a diamond in the rough - Support this restaurant and give it your business. Bring your friends and be sure that they tell their friends as well. I would hate to see this restaurant go away, all because its location obscures what awaits you inside.

2
★★★★★

Anatolia Cafe sits in an unassuming strip mall next to a laundromat. The parking lot often appears deserted, as many of the shops have closed. At first glance, you may wonder if this cafe is even open! The first time we went here, it was completely empty. We sat in the corner on a beautiful bench with ornate pillows, and were then presented with some of the most delightful cuisine I've had in Columbus. Our lunch started with hummus, which was nice and garlic-y. The hummus comes with freshly made pita triangles that are amazing. For the entree, I ordered the Chicken Shistawook and my date ordered one of the Iskender plates. Iskender is a dish of meat with a light tomato sauce and a good helping of yogurt over pita croutons. I liked his dish so much, I ordered it the next time we went! The second time, the owner recognized us - even months after our first visit! He asked if we wanted our "regular" seat. Anatolia Cafe is a diamond in the rough - Support this restaurant and give it your business. Bring your friends and be sure that they tell their friends as well. I would hate to see this restaurant go away, all because its location obscures what awaits you inside.

Pros: Stellar service, amazing food, generous portions

Cons: Unfortunate location, nobody really knows about it

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Yummy food, appropriate pricing, and extraordinarily accomodating owners! Go and Enjoy!

2
★★★★★

Yummy food, appropriate pricing, and extraordinarily accomodating owners! Go and Enjoy!

Pros: great food, nice people

Cons: small

 

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