Really flavorful lamb Shish. Had the dinner with rice and Kabash. Meat was very tender. Will definitely be back when I'm in town.
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Hadn't been there in years as I had become disappointed in their grizzled meat in the gyro, but decided to give them a try as I was exhausted from spending a week away taking care of the grandkids! So glad we went. Hubby and I...More
I ate dinner here tonight with a friend. The staff were friendly and helpful. Everything they make here is delicious. The freshly made lavash bread is outstanding as were the appetizers and chicken shish I had. A great place for a meal in Troy.
This was my first experience at a Mediterranean restaurant. I love indian, thai, Asian, but this was something new for me. We ordered the cold eggplant salad to start and this was phenomenal! It is served with their version of a flatbread which comes out...More
My wife and I visited Ali Baba for lunch during a visit to Troy. We have had Middle Eastern food many times and enjoy it, but were pleasantly surprised to discover some very different and delicious Turkish entrees at Ali Baba. This unpretentious restaurant is...More
Tastes authentic...could almost be in Istanbul having lunch! Delightful, delicious. Menu has pictures which may help your decision on what to order!
Seriously good food. And ordering from the menu with only a photo to go by was a trip! My curry, made from the shaved lamb(extremely moist and flavorful) and yogurt soaked flat bread(???), was a real treat. My son reported that his steak was the...More
The food is excellent, but the Lavash Bread is the best. Eating bread that looks like a rugby football is so much fun. I always have hummus, grape leaves, etc. with it along with their outstanding lentil soup. Everyone in our groups loves Ali Baba.