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Mediterranean Restaurant$$
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Worldgate Centre 13029 Worldgate Dr Herndon, VA 20170
13029 Worldgate DriveUSVirginiaHerndon20170
$$Mediterranean Restaurant, BarToday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Monday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMSaturday Open 24 hoursSunday 12:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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Red-accented eatery serving meze & grilled dishes like the doner kebab of thin-sliced lamb & beef.- Google
"The gyro (doner kebab) platter and wraps are excellent."
"Good Mediterranean cuisine."
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Yavuz Inanli
7 months ago
For an ethnic resturant in the middle of strip mal, turcuise does a good job classing it up and making the place look nice - the food is quite good and one of the better turkish resturants in nova - the place can get quite popular on weekends when they have live belly dancing
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Risheek Rajolu
2 months ago
Appetizers did not impress, but kabob, pizza, and dessert (bomba) were amazing!
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Jordan Patterson
6 months ago
I really enjoyed the atmosphere and friendly staff. The food seemed authentic and delicious! My favorite was the lamb shish.
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C Cobane
a year ago
Visited on a Friday night prior to the complimentary "belly dancer" that started at 8 PM, with my wife. The restaurant is quaint and nicely decorated with an intimate aura and decor. It is clean and well-kept. However, this restaurant is lacking in what matters most... good Mediterranean cuisine. Both my wife and I had the Doner kabob with hummus. Everything that matters to Mediterranean cuisine (the quality of the vegetables, pitas, hummus, and garlic sauce) was abysmally bad. The only saving grace to the dishes we ate was the Doner meat itself and not even remotely close enough to pick up the slack of the remaining ingredients on the plate. The worst adjective one can use to describe a restaurants food is very appropriately used to describe this establishment's cuisine: BLAND. The pita is far too doughy, the hummus is gritty with little to no flavor, and the garlic sauce seemingly lacking ANY garlic. If this meal was even remotely appropriately priced it could have soften the blow from the disappointment of the poor quality food but they were far too aggressively priced. I can only attribute the positive reviews to lack of experiencing truly "Good" Mediterranean cuisine. If you have experience with good quality, flavorful Mediterranean food you are surely to be disappointed. I will not be visiting again.
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Hans Vraga
6 months ago
As other reviewers have noted: nice space, excellent service, bland food. Our reaction after eating here: disappointment.
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Aydin Kaya
7 months ago
Great food. Waiting time might be little long but worth it. The gyro (doner kebab) platter and wraps are excellent.
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Adam DeRidder
a year ago
The place reminds me of the joke "Ugh, the food was terrible." "Yeah, and such small portions too!" I don't like to complain, so I'll start with the positives. For it's location in a strip mall, Turcuisine had done a nice job of decorating the place. It reminded me a bit of a Benihana for some reason - bold but classy colors. Ironically, the food was bland and the cooking lacked effort. I had greek salad served on a saucer. It was fresh and had good feta, but small and topped with vinaigrette, not greek dressing. The lentil soup looked and tasted like they had dumped leftover humous (chick peas) in water. Meh. I had a side of - dolmades - grape leaves with rice and meat. They were good, but strangely thin and oily. The main course I chose was three kabobs - one each of chiken, beef and lamb. They were okay - had some flavor from being cooked over flame, but each lacked spice. Chicken was nicely marinated and moist, but bland. Same for the beef - lacking salt and savor flavor, a touch sour. Lamb should have used the same spices they use on gyro meat, but did not. The rice was very good. I know sound like I am being picky, and I keep saying Greek when the name implies Turkish cuisine but I love good Mediterranean food. It is has lively, fresh umami flavor. This all tasted bland. And yet, though I had water and no desert, it cost thirty five. I hope you'll try elsewhere and find a place where you can fall in love with good Mediterranean cooking, as I have.
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Brett Goss
2 years ago
Food was awesome, portions are normal size, I could have ate more, I was quite hungry! The place has an awesome design and decor. The servers were pleasant, beautiful and did an excellent job. I wish I lived in the area so I could come more often! Location is great too!


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