This location has closed.
Lezzet Cafe

Kevin Marple

Lezzet Cafe



Go here for lahmacun, thin flatbreads covered with the house mixture of minced beef, onions, tomatoes, and spices, like a Turkish version of Bolognese. (Pide has a thicker crust.) They arrive presented on a board, with thinly sliced onion, parsley, and a wedge of lemon. You can find authentic dishes, like koftesi, minced-beef patties, along with baba ganoush and house-made yogurt tzatziki. Or pan-fried beef liver.

Let this restaurant know you found them on D Magazine’s Online Directories.