San Francisco, CA 94115
SF Weekly's Description
This sleek, friendly, casual-upscale Pacific Heights hangout serves Turkish-Mediterranean fare updated for 21st century West Coast palates, and while some of the dishes lack zest, others (particularly the mezes) are unique and delicious. The grilled dolmas with pomegranate molasses, feta-filo “cigars” with honey and pistachios, and petrale sole baked in parchment are particularly recommended. Get Troya's rice pudding with whipped yogurt and a demitasse of potent Turkish coffee for dessert. Interesting Eastern Mediterranean-centric wine list.
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