Cafe Istanbul’lu in Teele Square, Somerville, has a “plate of Turkish morning” that sounds somewhat similar but perhaps with fewer dishes. Also a much more expensive “Kral Safasi” with many more plates.
I tried the Turkish Morning once many years ago and really liked it. Not sure why I haven’t returned, as I also enjoyed a lunch there a while back.
Nah, hang out. Haters gonna hate.
I’m going into mama bear mode here…can everyone go back to their respective corners and agree to disagree? We don’t have to like each other but mutual respect / more contributions would be cool. I’m not taking sides but frankly, we need more voices like @anon6418899 here.
And I hope @JulyLikethemonth doesn’t get turned off from our little corner of the internet. You’re a welcome new voice and we are friendly food-loving folks with lots of awesome advice to dispense.
Please stay, everyone.
Or, if you’re going to continue with the abusive gobbing off at each other, then please go sooner rather than later.
I absolutely disagree with this statement, which may have only contributed to driving away one of our most beloved HOs, @passing_thru.
But the main players may not agree with me or you. And maybe we are simply sticking our noses into someone else’s business.
This is a food forum, not a political one (although at times, the lines get blurred). Let’s keep the focus on the food.
Why does it seem like everyone is trying to splinter or undermine the Boston/New England board? Private messages may help to resolve personal beefs. I’m a proponent of that tact versus the “bring out your dead” approach (this will only resonate with Monty Python geeks).