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All About Turkey

It takes more than 12 hours to fly from Indonesia to Turkey. Luckily, we don’t need to travel that far to have a taste of the delightful Turkish cuisine. Seeing how his restaurant Turkuaz turned out to be a success, Turkish chef Sezai Zorlu decided to open Warung Turki. As the name suggests, the new restaurant has a warung ambience. It is more humble than Turkuaz yet it shares the unique Turkish flair and flavour.

 STORY BY Barbara Hahijary PHOTO BY Bagus Tri Laksono 

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