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Sultan's Kitchen in Downtown Boston Has Closed

Sultan's Kitchen In Downtown Boston Has Closed
by Marc Hurwitz

A downtown Boston mainstay that has been serving up lunch for more than 35 years has closed its doors.

According to a Twitter post from writer, photographer, and former Boston Globe food editor Sheryl Julian, Sultan's Kitchen on State Street is no longer in business, with Julian noting that "Turkish-born owner Ozcan Ozan made wonderful food, which he chronicled in 'Sultan's Kitchen: A Turkish Cookbook.'" No reason was given for its closure and calls to the place have gone unanswered (and do not go to voicemail); as soon as we find out more, we will post an update here.

Sultan's Kitchen first opened in 1981, offering such items as lentil soup, kebabs, humus, tabbouleh, baba ganoush, stuffed grape leaves, musakka, rice pilaf, and more.

The address for the now-closed Sultan's Kitchen was 116 State Street, Boston, MA, 02109.

[January 2 update: The Boston Globe mentions that Sultan's Kitchen closed because it lost its lease for the space, though owner Ozcan Ozan is apparently working with an investor to open an upscale Turkish spot somewhere in the city.]

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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]


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