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Turkish/Greek Coffee

Mike CP Jan 18, 2011 02:14 PM

Who prepares the best Turkish or Greek coffee in Seattle?

A few places list on on their menu, but not necessarily as a stand-out item.

I know Fainting Goat has it, but I have not tried it there yet.

Any suggestions?


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    foodieseattlelady Jan 22, 2011 10:07 PM

    This may sound odd, but the best Turkish coffee I've had in Seattle is at the Dilettante Mocha Cafes. There's one on Broadway, one in Westlake and a few more around. Strangely enough, there's one at the airport. In fact, I first tried their Turkish coffee there and now it's my silver lining whenever the security line is too long.

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    1. re: foodieseattlelady
      Teknotic Jan 22, 2011 11:35 PM

      I'll make sure to try some next time I travel!!

    2. Teknotic Jan 20, 2011 07:11 PM

      I have enjoyed good Turkish coffee at the most unlikely spot you can possibly imagine : the little Greek restaurant in the food court at Northgate. Also, you can check out Olive & Grape.

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        forkit Jan 18, 2011 04:49 PM

        I am not an expert but I have often enjoyed Greek coffee at the Continental Cafe on University way in the 4500 block.

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          Lets_eat Jan 19, 2011 05:12 AM

          Also further down the Ave on 43rd are two places facing each other, Cedars and Samir's. They both offer Turkish coffee.

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