Look out, Orlando, here come the Turks! Ottoman cuisine is flourishing in our city like never before, so if you haven’t had a chance to dine at Bosphorous, Anatolia (now Bosphorous No. 2), Efes (since closed), Attila’s (formerly Steak & Salad), Chi (part Chinese, part Turkish) or Nar (near UCF), you may want to give the city’s latest Turkish restaurant a go. Cappadocia, so named for the historic region in central Turkey, is the latest such joint to open and just so happens to be situated across the street from the Orlando Turkish Cultural Center. No surprise, then, that it was Turkic languages reverberating off the restaurant’s whitewashed walls – not Semoran-ese – which gave rise to our already buoyant anticipation … to read more of this review of Cappadocia Turkish Cuisine, click here.