This combo meat market and butcher shop hasn't been content to present the usual Turkish meze and meat kebabs or rather, they've chosen to take some modern notions and run with them. Hence, the Turkish slider. It consists of a lamb kofte kebab grilled over flame to perfection, then deposited on a small bun with a sauce that tastes like a cross between mustard and barbecue sauce, which is exactly what we suspect it is. The affable fellows also turn a Central Asian flatbread called sucuk into something they call a Turkish quesadilla, and it's every bit as good as the sliders, and cheap, too.
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The Turkish slider, in all its oozy glory. Just as the slider phenomenon has petered out in the city's tonier restaurants (I'm even embarrassed to be caught saying the word "slider"), just as it's gone the way of bacon and pork bell...