I really like Turkish food, but this was something else. We visited this restaurant because it was full and thought it is popular among local citizens. The soup we had was very delicious, but the Kebap was far from our expectations. The portion was OK, but the rice and meat was "swimming" in used and burnt oil. Beside this it was quite expensive
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