We visited on a Wed evening, restaurant was fairly busy with an equal mix of Turkish and American/UK visitors, had a nice buzz about it.
We had the pastrami starter with sourdough bread which was nice, pastrami had an indian spice element to it which seemed to work and there was plenty of it. We also had some fried zucchini fritters which came with a cardamon yoghurt (seem to like their indian spices here)
Unfortunately the main courses were very disappointing. The loin of lamb was quite tough and the half a (semi) roasted red onion and a few bits of potato that came with it were a poor accompaniment. The Sea Bass loins were a nice piece of fish, spoilt by a lack of seasoning and some very oily vegetables which came with it. I asked for a lemon to help add some flavour but my request did not bear any 'fruit'. This is a point I would make about the service, some of the waiters do not appear to speak much English (despite the number of US/UK customers) and they seem to ignore the obvious - topping up water/wine glasses, doing check-backs to ensure you are happy with your food, carrying out basic requests that you might have. For this they levy 10% on your bill...
We didn't bother with desserts as we were pretty uninspired by this point.
For the above plus a glass of wine and a bottle of mineral water it was 166 lira which didn't feel like great value for money.
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