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11 January 2010


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Though its baking is done in Brooklyn, the new Manhattan Güllüoğlu (Second Av & 52nd St) may be more convenient for you, Aaron. Thanks for your comment.

The Grubworm

I love Baklava in all it's varied and gooey forms. I'm lucky in that I live in a very Turkish part of London and can get hold of sweets like this fairly easily. However, it does look like you have found a font of particularly high quality desserts. Fantastic. Next time i'm in the Big Apple, i will have to check this out.


Indeed. Nevertheless, I wish I were so lucky as to be able to enjoy these delicacies without worrying about my waistline. Thanks for your comment, dokuzuncubulut.


Hi, I live in Istanbul and you are very lucky as you taste this variety of the dessert.


It is I who should thank you for giving my day a lift with your enthusiastic comment, Heather. Thanks so much!

Heather in SF @Heather HAL

Your article brought me right back to my fun fall vacation in Istanbul, and the joys of exploring all the pastry and coffee shops! I never did try salep but had lots of apple tea with my sweet treats, yum. Thanks for giving my a day a much needed lift!


Yes. Ercan has invited me to visit the new store on Second Avenue on several occasions. Another post is forthcoming, Kim.


there's another new outpost in Manhattan as well! Should check that one out too.


You may have to buy the sahlep powder and prepare it at home.

Brad Theodore

sounds delicious. any suggestions where I can get in downtown cleveland

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