-4 Snaps! Strongly recommended
Bayshore Mediterranean Grill serves primarily Turkish food and the name should be more specific. These days Mediterranean just means more plant based dishes to most. And given that this place took over the former home of another Mediterranean grill Gengiz Khan, I might have gone sooner had I known it was specifically Turkish. It was delish! We started with their hummus appetizer. It's baked in a stone dish and topped with mozzarella cheese. Add Turkish sausage -sucuk- ($1.00) and spread it on a piece of the huge lavas that comes with it and it's a tasty warm start. I ordered the Levrek ($20.99) - a whole, grilled, Mediterranean Sea Bass served with 3 types of salad. For some, having a fish served whole is not appealing, but it was wonderful. The skin was crispy with a slight char flavor, and the fish tender yet firm.
We also had the Yogurt Chicken Shish ($13.99)- Grilled chicken cubes served on a bed of crispy pita and yogurt sauce. The chicken was tender- again with just the right amount of fire grill influence, and the yogurt sauce makes for a smooth and creamy finish. There were some timing challenges. On our visit they were short staffed making our wait too long for food. But they self corrected with no prompting by acknowledging the grill was backed up, adding a free appetizer and taking 50% off of the final tab. Staff was very friendly and engaging. If you're in the mood for Turkish food, go!
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