A lot of rtables were occupied by Turkish people which is a good sign that the food is good as well as authentic. The bread and chips that started off our dinner were delicious and our baskets needed to be refilled a few times. My lamb chops were delicious and although rice is not one of my favorite foods, this rice was so good I tried to eat every kernel on my plate. My friends had different wraps done to different degrees of spiciness and they loved them. There was also live music that was a bit too loud, but had us all moving to the rhythm. Our servuice was a bit slow but that was due to a large party and there wasn't enough help to handle the nearly full restaurant.
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