Tuesday, October 1, 2013

An Unusual Moscow Restaurant

In most cities with a sizable Middle Eastern population Bosfor would probably not be much of a standout restaurant. The food is reliable if not quite the tastes I remember from Turkish restaurants I have frequented in other cities. But in Central Moscow Bosfor may in fact be one of a kind. It's not part of a chain (international chains and their related Russian versions abound), the service is warm and friendly, and you can actually eat a sit down meal of appetizer and entree for less than $40 -- not quite a trick in other cities but somewhat of an accomplishment in Moscow.

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