Having come to the area for a quick work trip, I looked up some local restaurants (I stayed near the airport). I found it interesting to see such a highly rated Middle Eastern restaurant in the area - especially in the suburbs - so I decided to give it a shot. Amazing decision.
I started with the ezme, which is a slightly spicy (not particularly hot, but that doesn't seem to be the local palate after going to 2 Mexican restaurants as well) tomato and bell pepper-based meze, and it really hit the spot when mixed with their fresh baked pide (which they offer to refill all you want). I've had ezme in Istanbul that wasn't as good.
As my main, I did the chicken shish kabob, which was grilled perfectly and came with a very nice, fresh salad, a small dish of Cacik (Turkish word for cucumber/dill/garlic/yoghurt, known to Greeks as Tzadziki and Iranians as Most-O-Khriar) and a buttery pilaf made from bulgher. As an Iranian, I'd probably prefer rice, but this was very, very tasty and more traditionally Turkish. The waitress also came around offering more bread and refills on my tea to my heart's content. I only wish I had a bit more time to sit and relax.
I'll note that I had to wait a bit - perhaps 5 minutes - for a table, as the place was packed, but they were very nice about it. This was especially true of the young lady who was doing cashier and waitress double duty. The gist I got is that they treat you like family there.
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