Small bistro-like restaurant with a cosy atmosphere and very friendly service. Small selection but authentic and delicious. We had a selection of starters including humus and falafel and aubergines....just right. The bread basket included thin bread called lavash...fresh, thin as should be and just delicious. We also had the magic ravlioli, the real name shish Barak...very good.
İf the weather permits, you can sit at the tables on the sidewalk, the street lined with trees and not too much traffic.
İf you like middle eastern food....dont miss.
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