Not fancy but good food served in generous portions with little waiting. I wish the lamb adana were just a bit spicier, but the yogurt and garlic sauce was nice, and all of the salad options were lovely. I was happy to find that their chips (fries) are thick rather than thin. The seating is rather basic, but it's clean and reasonably comfortable. Some tables are available outside with more inside on the ground and upper floors. The staff is very efficient and polite, but the young lady working the restaurant floor is especially sweet. Drink options are varied (water, sodas, at least 3 kinds of beer, ayran, etc.). Prices appear to be on par with other Turkish eateries in the area. I'm glad I gave them a try and will definitely go back.
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