Went there for lunch with wife and 3 kids, just because we were visiting the area and it happened to accept Tastecard. Looked at reviews and it seemed ok for a new restaurant opened just 3 months ago. Although on this Sunday afternoon the place was dead but we were told that evenings are full (no surprise as it wasn't one of the biggest restaurants I've visited). Food was very average but unless you're on a deal then prices were above average, we were ok as we received 50% off food bill. Mix kebab we had was okish except the lamb cubes were overcooked.
The bread they brought over initially with the starter obviously was heated in a microwave as it was plasticy, we pointed it out to the nice waiter who said it came from the oven (I wasn't born yesterday and have been dining at restaurants before he was born), so I asked for the next lot of bread to be briefly heated over the charcoal menghel but they must have over did it as the next batch came as bread crisps so we sent them back.
Parking was difficult too but we parked at a public car park not that far (free on Sundays) and walked the 10 mins or so in the rain.
Overall, we've been to too many Lebanese/Turkish restaurants (very similar menus) and we thought next time we'll stick to the Turks as their dishes seem to be of better quality and value and even if their prices aren't discounted we would have ended up paying the same (even though we got 50% off food). One example is Al Souk's family mix grill for £20 was for 2 so we ordered 2 lots whilst we've had Turkish family grills in the past with double kebabs for £25 for four, and better quality (look for Kervan Sofrasi in North London for Turkish if I were you).