Nwaca.org newsletter

https://nwaca.org/awd/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/2018-02-February-NWACA-Newsletter.pdf#page=5 Turkishco ee served at Troy, and the Davarci family, Troy’s founding owners, will gladly show you how. Since 2014 Northwest Hills has been home to this Turkish restaurant tucked in the northeast corner at Mesa and Spicewood Springs Road. Drawn by the educational opportunities o ered for their sons, Mehmet Nuri Davarci and his […]

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Communityimpact.com article

Troy Restaurant Mehmet “Nuri” Davarci said he has already achieved the two goals he set when he relocated his family from Turkey to Austin two years ago and opened Troy Restaurant in September 2014. Speaking in Turkish while his youngest son, Orhun, translated, Nuri said he wanted to bring the culture of Turkey to Austin […]

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Austinchronicle.com article

https://www.austinchronicle.com/food/2015-05-29/troy/ There is definitely something going on with gas station cafes these days. They are not at all what they seem. Gone are the pesty old warming trays, the over-breaded jalapeño poppers, and the stale chimichangas; Austin’s gas station cafes are steadily metamorphosing into culinary butterflies. Such is the case with Troy, a delightful Turkish […]

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Trillist.com article

https://www.thrillist.com/venues/eat/austin/restaurants/troy   This blink-and-you’ll-miss-it tiny eatery is one of the very few Turkish places in town, and certainly one of the best. Tucked back behind a gas station, Troy definitely doesn’t look like much from the outside, but it’s warm and inviting inside, with long wooden tables and dark red walls. The restaurant’s signature dish […]

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