Anita's Kitchen

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METRO TIMES PHOTO/LARRY KAPLAN
  • Metro Times Photo/Larry Kaplan
A crowded lunch spot for Troy office workers, this friendly cafe offers good food, reasonable prices and large portions of both Middle Eastern and American foods. Especially good are the quiche-like artichoke pie, the lemon chicken and the desserts, which include a fine carrot cake and rice pudding almost as good as the one made by our reviewer's mom. The barbecue ribs tend to be dry, but the vegetarian mousaka and shish kabob are both good and well-seasoned.

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