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Angora Cafe - 5 Reviews - 1024a Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (617) 232-1757

Angora Cafe

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1024a Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA 02215
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(617) 232-1757
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I love their flat bread pizza!

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get a cold sandwich 6/16/2006

The angora has some good sandwiches, and it's usually pretty fast. One time, however, I decided to get a calzone. I ended up waiting nearly a half hour for it to be made even though I asked them and they said it would be less than 10 minutes. When it came out, it was huge, and cheesy and came with manufactured marinara sauce. Nothing special, but it was big enough to keep me full for the next 3 days. Their cold sandwiches and things are really good, and take a considerably shorter amount of time to create. Inside and outside dining. more

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Yogurt anyone 3/30/2006

As a college student, my friends and I would frequently go to Angora for a frozen yogurt. Angora offers many flavors with myriad mix-ins, so that you can choose your flavor combination. I remember the service being quick, the price reasonable and the food delicious. It is a place I plan to revisit on my next trip back to Boston. more

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Angora Cafe 3/26/2006

This Turkish cafe has a great variety of wrap sandwiches and soups, pizzas and salads. They have two locations and they're equally good in terms of food but they're a tight squeeze so either take it to go or be ready to eat quickly. They also make amazing custom yogurt blends where you pick out your base flavor and then mix in the toppings you like. For the price, Angora can't be beat! more

Mmmm. 10/27/2005

Angora Cafe has great food. I think they're best known for their frozen yogurt, which you can "mix in" with various toppings, and you have a whole blackboard's worth full of choices. That's undeniably good, but you shouldn't underestimate their food, either. Their sandwiches are consistently made with quality, and they have combinations that taste amazing. Their wraps are pretty huge, so you get a decent amount's worth of food for your money too. Only downside is the service can be a little slow, but that's just because they make everything from scratch so I wouldn't complain about that. Overall, definitely try it out if you need a quick bite to eat. more
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Editorial

  • The Food
    Salads, roll ups, sandwiches and calzones, the quality of which are largely inconsistent. The Greek roll-up is usually commendable, but on occasion the feta's been sparse and the Greek dressing so abundant the pita was soggy. The more dependable California guacamole and brie melt boasts thick slabs of brie and plump sun-dried tomatoes; while the grilled chicken roll up is so dry we doused it in salad dressing. But Angora never gets the frozen yogurt wrong. Try vanilla blended with one or more flavors like Oreo, banana, oatmeal, Twix or carrot cake.

    The Scene
    Plan on wiping off your table before sitting down, cleanliness is not Angora's forte. One night we found a twist-tie among the veggies in our Turkish salad. And they rarely turn on the interior lights until after sundown: Perhaps to conserve energy? Perhaps to conceal the grime?

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Monday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM Wednesday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM Thursday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM Friday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 11:30 PM
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Cash, Visa, Discover, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Allston, Allston-Brighton
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