The sonographer recommended Troy Mediterranian Cuisine for a nice lunch to celebrate our news. Brian and I trust her judgement so we ate at the little family owned Turk-ish style restaurant.

I highly recommend it as it was affordable, the food was delicious, and the atmosphere was excellent. Located across from Savannah Car Wash getting into the parking lot was tricky for us, States-Vegan’s. Thanks to Brian’s GPS we were able to navigate into the parking lot after one odd turn.  The tables were topped with white paper cloths while the lights were dim. This tranquil and peaceful setting was finished with pretty paintings on the wall.  

My lunch began with the Mixed Meze (a Turkish or Albanian reference to small portions) that was plenty to share with hub-ster. At a very reasonable $1o, the plate included hummus, stuffed grape leaves, falafel, baba ganoush and tabouli served with pita bread and garnishes of tomato and baby lettuces.  After this big appetizer, I had a side salad topped with traditional dressing. It was fresh, green and delicious.

For more reviews: Savannah Foodie, or Savannah Menu.

 *photos compliments of all things mimi on flickr