Unlike some who have reviewed this we found staff attentive, helpful and pleasant. It looks good from the street. It is stylish. The menu we had was in English and you get what it says. All the food was reasonable, but nothing fancy. The Anatolian wine we chose was a rich pleasant red but expensive at 110 TL. The desserts were wickedly tasty and my semolina with fruit purée a delicious reminder of a childhood favourite back in cold Scotland in the 1950s. But three courses -and generous complimentary Turkish coffees - and the bottle of wine and "obligatory" cover charge for endless bottled water and good breads (20TL) came to over 300TL without service and that is a bit too much. But we enjoyed our dinner.