A review of Anatolia Cuisine by Agnes g written on Monday 28th of April 2008
We visited Cambridge in April 2008 and decided to eat in the Anatolia as it offered a reasonable selection of vegetarian dishes. We have visited Turkey a number of times and always enjoy the food.
We ordered vegetarian moussaka which was served with rice & salad. The price was £10.95. Boy were we disappointed. The portion of moussaka was tiny and the most bland tasting turkish food we have ever eaten.
Whilst we were eating we were never asked if everything was alright. A man, who we took to be the owner, only approached our table when we were paying the bill. We told him we were not happy with the food. He offered us a drink - we didn't want a drink - we only wanted a decent meal.
The efes beer is also expensive at £2.95 for a small glass.
We were also unimpressed by the 10% service charge added to the bill.
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