My daughter and I are vegetarians and found the outside menu appealing, so we waited for the 5 pm opening. By the time the we entered, there was a line 20 thick. We had 2 appetizers and shared an entree and took remainders of both home with us. Add to that coffee and Turkish coffee, and we left with a total bill of $43. It seemed reasonable for our needs, though I expect we would have eaten more heartily if it had been a planned evening out. Our service was EXCELLENT - water was continually filled (we weren't drinking alcohol) and both our server and bus staff was close by throughout. Loved the bread and sauces. But hands down the best taste of the evening was the dessert-like appetizer, Vegetarian Kaddo, "pan-fried then baked baby pumpkin seasoned with sugar and served on yogurt garlic sauce." The sweet with yogurt and garlic was surprising yet amazing. I did notice with the remainders that there was a bit of oil gathered on the bottom of the container, so food preparation and flavor may rely more heavily on oil than I would have guessed when we ate it hot.