We visited Can Oba (means "the small town or nomad tent life") for an early evening dinner. Can Oba, the owner and chef of the restaurant, greeted us and introduced us to the menu. We ordered the appetizer plate and two pasta dishes--lasagne and makaroni (sic). The makaroni was presented with red pepper sauce. It was exceptional. We liked this eatery for its intimacy, creative Turkish cuisine, and affable staff. We even met a delightful young couple from the Ukraine. Value added place to eat.
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