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Anywhere within 40 min. of DC that sells Turkish Delight (lokum)?

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ViolentScarlet Apr 26, 2011 01:47 PM

They only had one type of Turkish Delight at the little grocery store next to Balkan Grill; I'm looking for somewhere that has a decent variety of Turkish Delight, not just pistachio or plain. I particularly enjoy rosewater, mastic, mint, and raspberry flavored lokum. Does Cenan's in Vienna have it?

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Balkan Grill
5902 N Kings Hwy, Alexandria, VA 22303

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    Bekhester Apr 28, 2011 06:48 AM

    Medietteranean Bakery and Cafe on S. Pickett in Alexandria,22304. Amazing place!

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      2000man May 1, 2011 06:37 AM

      How about economy candy in the village? Check them out next time you are in NYC. Russ and Daughter and Katz's are right there, too.

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        DanielK May 1, 2011 03:35 PM

        I'm sorry, can someone explain to me, using other than a transporter beam, how to get from DC to the village in less than 40 minutes?

    2. DanielK Apr 26, 2011 08:08 PM

      Yekta Market in Rockville always has a large selection.

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        Lee058 Apr 26, 2011 04:21 PM

        The Amity Market in Fairfax has several different types of Turkish Delight. They are located in the Fairfax shopping center, just east of Rte. 123 (Chain Bridge Rd.) on Lee Highway. They are next door to Minerva's, a very good Indian restaurant.

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