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SARAY RESTAURANT | cheap eats

Turkish food, all dressed up

The adana kebab consists of two long rolls of ground lamb slipped off their skewers, white rice, and several vegetable sides. The adana kebab consists of two long rolls of ground lamb slipped off their skewers, white rice, and several vegetable sides. (WENDY MAEDA/GLOBE STAFF)
By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / December 20, 2007

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Saray Restaurant has only been open for a month; the restroom is barely finished. But word's already out that this Turkish restaurant is sweet and welcoming and the food remarkable - and totally authentic. (Full article: 592 words)

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