This independent business, owned by the three San brothers, serves up luscious Turkish food at prices that let ASU work-study students feast like spoiled trust-funders. Don't be fooled by Styrofoam plates and fast-food-style plastic trays -- the food here is cooked daily, from scratch, using family recipes that have been passed down for generations. Vegetarians can get their fill on light, crispy falafel, refreshing tabouli, or pita with hummus, while meat-eaters can dig in to plates of juicy, flame-broiled kabobs. Tender beef and chicken doner -- marinated and roasted on a vertical spit -- are the house specialties. Read our review.
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