Monthly Archives: April 2010

Time for Something Turkish

An article about Turkish food in London’s Telegraph got me hungry for the stuffed eggplant and chicken adana at Anatolia.  Click below to read, then head over to the Cleveland Heights restuarant to dine Istanbul style.


Filed under In The Media, Restaurants

News from Athens

I’m talking food not the Greek economy. Got the following message on Cleveland Ethnic Eats’ Facebook fan page:

Hello Laura, Just wanted to let you know that after 51 years of being in Ohio City Market District, Athens Pastries and Imported Foods is moving to 5120 Pearl Rd in the Pearlbrook Shopping Center. I hope that you will stop in and see us. Our grand opening in June 1, but we will be moving out by the end of April.

Pencil the new address into your copies of the book (page 122 in the current edition). And schedule a date this summer to visit the new place and stock up on feta, kalamata olives, and galaktoboureka-an irresistable combination of custard wrapped in phyllo dough.

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Filed under Markets, Updates & Changes

Hot Pots are Hot Trend

An article about Asian Hot Pots in yesterday’s Chicago Tribune.  Versions of the brothy brew heavy on noodles, vegetables and proteins are served at Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese restaurants.  The dish is on many local menus. Where do you go for a bowl of this traditional comfort food?


Filed under In The Media