A Taste of Home
It’s the perfect “place for weekend brunch, weekday lunch, or anytime coffee, tea, and dessert.
A Taste of Home
Turkish breakfast centers around sucuk, (a spicy beef sausage), eggs, and simit (Turkish bagel/croissant).
Turkish breakfast would not be complete without cheeses, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, and butter and jams for the breads. Fruits and sweets are also available. Not available for takeout.
Coffees & Teas
Coffee, tea, and conversation is an important part of Turkish culture. After every meal, throughout the day, and in the evenings, friends and family gather over coffee or tea to share time, to share the thoughts of the day, to share feelings. Murat’s serves traditional Turkish coffee, Turkish tea, herbal teas, and American coffees in a homey atmosphere perfect for socializing. Turkish coffee not available for takeout.
Finest Homemade Desserts
Baklava is the most famous (and most delicious!) Turkish dessert. But there are many other Turkish desserts including milk desserts, cookies, and other desserts.
Soups and Salads
Turkish salad, bean salads, potato salad, abd bulgur salad are available.
Lentil, ezo gelin (lentil, tomato, onion, bulgur), potato soups.
Customers' choice of cheeses, eggs, sucuk (spicy beef sausage), tomatoes, cucumbers, and/or pickles on toast or panini-style.
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Turkish breakfastEggs with sucuk (spicy dried beef sausage), simit (sesame bagel), white cheeses, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, pekmez (molasses from grapes and sesame seed paste), butter and jam.
Orzo saladchicken, tomatoes, green onion, roasted red
pepper, corn, pickles, dressed with lemon juice and olive oil
Turkish paniniCheese with
Sucuk (dried spicy beef sausage), egg, tomatoes, pickles, and/or pepper paste