Wednesday, August 24, 2011
She proceeded to provide me with a menu and express great disbelief over the fact that I was a vegetarian and didn’t want to try the lamb kebabs or the fish.
The chef, however, had no such problem and was delighted to provide us with vegetarian kebabs accompanied by fresh green salad and rice. He asked how spicy we wanted it, and it came exactly as ordered – very mild heat with lots of flavour.
The vegetable kebabs included lots of roasted tomato, pepper and chunks of Thai eggplant (tiny, egg-shaped fruit).
The menu bears further investigation by carnivores, but we were pleased with our vegetarian option. There are no desserts, but we were given a small piece of Turkish delight and a glass of tea to finish off our meal.
I’m pleased to see Saskatoon’s restaurant scene continuing to expand and to include restaurants with a specific focus. Do stop by and enjoy a Turkish meal in pleasant surroundings.