Anatolia (561-361-4000) brought Mediterranean cuisine to Boca Raton about five years ago, offering authentic Turkish dishes in a family environment. The doner kebab (known as gyros in Greece) is a combination of lamb and beef, succulent and perfectly seasoned, served on a bed of rice and bulgur wheat. Anatolia’s version of hummus is rich, creamy and satisfying, sprinkled with paprika and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil. There’s also a selection of pide, or Turkish specialty pizzas, made with homemade pita bread that bears a resemblance to focaccia and topped with everything from cheese to ground lamb and beef sausage. For dessert, pass on the inevitable baklava in favor of the traditional rice pudding, dusted with cinnamon and topped with caramelized sugar. You’ll leave with a smile on your face.