We had dinner at this restaurant. It was nice and had some old pictures hanging from the walls that made us travel in time.
Our waiter, Burak, was very attentive.
We ordered a Tavuk Şiş (chicken breast, with tomato, rice, and chillies), a Domatesli Kebab (lamb and beef meatballs, with baked tomatoes, rice and chillies), and french fries. While we waited for the order they brought us an inflated lavash bread with some goat cheese. Food was good. If you are not used to spicy food, be careful with chillies!!!!
After dinner they brought us complimentary tea with a piece of baklava. It was also good.
Price was regular, but we had in the bill an item called "yüzde" that was 10% of the final price. We didn't know if it was the tip or an special tax. It's something that needed clarification.
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