My family and I went this afternoon to try some food from this newly established restaurant. We were greated by, I assume, the owner. She was very sweet and thorough with an accent that helped set the mood for our Turkish lunch. We started with stuffed grape leaves, they were excellent. Perfectly warm and seasoned...the best I have ever tasted. Three of us ordered falafel sandwiches and one ordered a gyro. My son loved his gyro (and we are Greek), and the rest of us really enjoyed our falafels with everything, including hot sauce. The only thing that was so so were the fries. Just your standard run of the mill variety. Before leaving we were given very tasty bread sticks, fresh from the oven, and a courteous good bye. Will definitely be heading there again.