We sat tucked into the window booth surrounded by authentic Turkish rugs and cozy pillows like we were Sultanas. Our server was humorous, sincere and efficient. The food was sublime. We started out with the mezza platter, a sampler of hummus, eggplant, house made yogurt seasoned with fresh dill, a lentil cake, two tantalizing stuffed grape leaves, and a spicy (though, not too) pepper, olive, walnut, onion medley for spreading. Yummy. Especially yummy because the basket of bread was two freshly baked, crusty flat sesame loaves perfect for scooping up the appetizer. There was easily enough for the four of us plus some. Next came the vegetarian pizza made with pita dough, covered with roasted veggies. We shared this, plus the ground lamb kabobs served with marinated red cabbage, yogurt, and brown rice. OMG. The two large slices were plenty to share, too. And, to top it off, we split the little dumplings filled with beef and lamb, and swimming in a chili yogurt sauce. Not overpowering. Just perfect. With tax and tip the bill came to a bit over $50 for the four of us. An amazing bargain for amazing food. On the spot, I made a reservation for a soon-to-happen Saturday night dinner to take clients -- because the ambiance and food is just SO delightful. We were too stuffed for dessert!