Essid identifies the "trinity" of basic ingredients of traditional Mediterranean cuisine as the olive, wheat, and the grape, yielding oil, bread, and wine respectively.
The Mediterranean diet is rich in lean proteins, like chicken, fish and legumes; fresh fruits and vegetables; whole, unprocessed grains; seeds and nuts; healthy fats like olive oil; and a limited intake of dairy and red meats.
With few options to be found as far as authentic Turkish restaurants go, it’s fortunate that Taci’s Beyti faithfully represents the style and cuisine of the region. With appetizers like grilled eggplant salad and stuffed grape leaves, and entrees like char-grilled whole brook trout and lamb and chicken kebab, Taci’s offers an alternative to the more rampant Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food. After the meal, relax with a cup of the popular Turkish coffee.
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