Turkish Lunch

Being adventurous and wanting to try something new, Jason and I ended up at Turkish Kitchen around UC Berkeley campus.

I wasn't too hungry, so I ordered two small dishes—kiymali borek and kisir.

The first dish was a phyllo dough baked and filled with ground beef, green bell pepper, onion and spices. It was good and flavorful upon first bite, but it quickly became very dry. Luckily, there was a side salad to help salivate my mouth.

The second dish, kisir, is bulgar mixed with lettuce, green onion, cucumber, parsley, lemon juice, olive oil and spices. The parsley and lemon was intense. It's a great afternoon snack, not sure if I'd eat this if I was really hungry.

But, more importantly, affordable prices—perfect for college students. ;)

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