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Zuma Kitchen, Grilling Up Turkish Kebabs in Westwood

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The former New Anatolia is now Zuma Kitchen, a slick new Turkish eatery that would surely satisfy anyone who's had the pleasure of enjoying the great kebabs and grilled meats in Istanbul. Opened last week and touting everything from kofte (like flat meatballs) and Adana kebab (sort of like Turkey's take on Persian lule) Zuma comes from the same ownership of New Anatolia, but with a cleaned up, cavernous space lined with faux-brick and modern furniture.

In addition to the spot-on kebab seasonings, Zuma rocks a weekend Turkish breakfast for about $15 a person, filled with sliced meats, cheeses, and bal kaymak, a clotted buffalo milk cream that's a rare delicacy to be found in L.A. Oh and don't forget to pick up a syrupy baklava on the way out. Hours run noon to 12 a.m. on week days (making it a great Westwood late night spot) while breakfast commences at 9:30 a.m. on weekends.

Zuma Kitchen
1942 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
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