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Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2015
I think the variety and simplicity of the vegetables included in the platters makes them one of the healthiest options in the area. But they're somewhat bland. But if you pair a platter with an appetizer you've got an "almost fantastic" dinner for two for a reasonable overall price. To kick it up that final notch they need to do something about those plastic wrapped triangles of Turkish bread. Really not worthy of an otherwise quality place like Adana Grill.
Posted by Newbatgirl on 08/16/2014
Very fresh, tasty food that is a very good value in an area well known for overpriced food. The sandwiches are good for midsized appetites but very hungry/big eaters are better off with the platters. Lamb and chicken are the standouts. Counter guys are very nice.
Posted by Kevin C on 04/11/2014
The Lamb Adana Sandwich was terrific .. freshly grilled while you wait with fresh condiments .. the hummus was very good but you need extra bread
Posted by Anonymous on 02/03/2014
I had a really good gyro here today. The doner meat was flavorful and tasted fresh. My sandwich was generously layered with meat and the salad mix. It was delicious! I will definitely be coming back.
Posted by anonymous on 01/10/2014
I had a adana dinner which is ground lamb with spices , loved it wash it down with ayran
Posted by Anonymous on 12/08/2013
Like the grilled tomato, grilled hot pepper and pickled cabbage. But overall platters are bland and the little sauce they give you doesn't go very far. Side items like feta for $4 or mixed pickle for $5 are priced for the table instead of for one. Odd given that most of their business is probably individuals like me getting takeout for one.