Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Leziz Turkish Cuisine coming to South Street

Owner Sal Kucuk is not saying what will become of his current location, at 611 E. Passyunk Ave., which opened five years ago as S&H Kebab House.

Leziz Turkish Cuisine coming to South Street

Future home of Leziz Turkish Cuisine, 216-218 South St.
Future home of Leziz Turkish Cuisine, 216-218 South St. via Google

Sal Kucuk of Leziz Turkish Cuisine, on East Passyunk Avenue just off South Street, is fixing up 216-218 South St. as a new location, effective Aug. 23.

Kucuk says he'll get better visibility and more space; the liquor license had been used by the property's short-lived predecessor, Mixed Plate.

Kucuk is not saying what will become of the current location, at 611 E. Passyunk Ave., which opened five years ago as S&H Kebab House.

Meanwhile, there is a vacancy next door as Core de Roma closed recently at 214 South St.

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