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164 Rozengracht, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Like many metropolises, Amsterdam has its share of ethnic restaurants, leaving expats with no shortage of choices when a craving for “home food” strikes. This Turkish restaurant in the Jordaan neighborhood is an example; the glowing yellow sign makes its difficult to miss along the crowded street. Dishes include various soups and vegetarian options, as well as traditional kebabs made with chicken or lamb that are accompanied by simple sides like a salad. For dessert, baklava is a must. Shoarma Mesut 2 is particularly popular in the late evening and early morning hours.

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Shoarma Mesut 2

Like many metropolises, Amsterdam has its share of ethnic restaurants, leaving expats with no shortage of choices when a craving for “home food” strikes. This Turkish restaurant in the Jordaan neighborhood is an example; the glowing yellow sign makes its difficult to miss along the crowded street. Dishes include various soups and vegetarian options, as well as traditional kebabs made with chicken or lamb that are accompanied by simple sides like a salad. For dessert, baklava is a must. Shoarma Mesut 2 is particularly popular in the late evening and early morning hours.