Since the last time we dropped in years ago, this tiny Turk has morphed into a complex of dining rooms, so jammed with curios that you feel like you're in a tourist kiosk in Constantinople. The menu has expanded, too, and the food is as pristine and lovely as it always was, as is the view of the concrete trough that is Sheepshead Bay. Whole fish are now available, though the wonderful homemade pide bread--served plain or stuffed like a calzone--is still the heart of the menu.
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The Gorilla Cheese truck dispenses free toasted-cheese sandwiches to the storm-beleaguered of Brighton Beach. Bad as things are in Coney Island, they're worse in Sheepshead Bay, as my bike ride Friday demonstrated. The concrete-line...