The food was typical Turkish in terms of the mezze and kebab choices, just perhaps a little more finesse in a nicely done up restaurant (not kebeb style canteen at all). In fact it's a little overly simplistic as the walls are completely bare, no pictures, nothing, so unless it's busy with people it can seem a little stark.
In our case it was buzzing enough with locals too and the service was great, what with us changing our mind about the wine and them having no problem with it at all. Still, you are paying more for the usual kebab and what-not fare simply because of the style of restaurant and it's interior.
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