At Troya, it’s easy to get a reservation and easy to hear other people talk. Another reason to come: the Mediterranean food here is authentic, simple, and delicious. Unclear why it’s so easy to get in, but we aren’t complaining. It’s generally appropriately busy with people who care more about the food than documenting their every move on social media, and it’s an enjoyable place to spend some time. While you’re here, the things you should be eating include, but aren’t limited to: fried brussels sprouts, lamb hummus, and chicken kebabs.
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