Very interesting unique little restaurant with personal service and great food.. Mediterranean & Turkish Cuisine..
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For dinner, I had a lamb and yogurt dish I've never had or even seen on any menu before. It was great. My wife enjoyed the salmon. I will gladly come back and try one of the other several unique dishes on my next trip...More
i tried one of the board specials....chicken stir fry....when i see it, i always end up ..chris & E got the beef barley soup...tim settled in on a big old lamb shank. we ate well and enjoyed some nice red wine called...."Antebellun 2013...... try and...More
we sailed in wednesday night and found the placed packed with A.R.E. people. 3 empty tables we found and jumped right into one. hailed our favor server....Anastasia and order fast ahead of one of the 3 large groups. chopped liver for me...omg, but spicy if...More
We did not, unfortunately, get a chance to eat in this restaurant. We did have a great take out meal. We had the coban kebab dinner. It came with a salad, rice pita bread and fantastic lamb shank. Food was plentiful and delicious. Next time...More
four of us sailed in wednesday night hoping to find the best split pea soup ever, but we found red lintel.....bummer we said, so we had dinners.....lamb shank...chopped liver...salad with shrimp.....and chicken dish and red wine. i know no organs, but i just love the...More
The Mayflower Cafe reminds you of what it was like to have a heartwarming meal with your family as a kid. The setting is unpretentious yet fastidious. The welcoming service is sincere. The Mediteranian-themed food is consistently imaginative and delicious. The portions (of wine and...More