Contrary to the website, our chef the evening we were there does not own the restaurant, is not of Turkish descent, and did not study culinary arts in Canada! That was the premise we had going in! So I feel a bit deceived. The restaurant itself is small with approximately 12 tables. If the evening is chilly, wear warm footgear as the floor is drafty since the main dining room has windows on three sides. We found the canned music off-putting, but when the room fills up, the sound of voices takes over. As for the food, the requisite French bread and butter is served. Nothing special there. My DH had the escargot appetizer, which was good and I had sweetbreads, also good. He had the veal shank over risotto, which he liked, but I thought the meat was dry. My rack of lamb had five chops and was accompanied by wonderful roasted potatoes and fresh string beans. That was a nice entree, which I would recommend. My husband thought the sauce on the lamb was a little too sweet. We did not have salad or dessert. If you go, our suggestion is to go early as there was only one waitress, who was assisted by the chef, when he was not cooking.
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