Tulumbas

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Tulumbas

 

(from Turkish tulumbaz), the old Russian name for various types of drums, including the kettledrum.

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Of the newcomers, the first I come to is the Osmanly Tulumbasy that specializes in serving its customers sticky-sweet tulumba, a form of fritter that comes in the size and shape of a big toe with ridges running along it.
Down the road the Browni Bakery and Pastane opened at about the same time as the tulumba shop.
Here, too, the sweet of choice is tulumba, although here the toes come with a special Ramadan twist.