I have been to Turkey and am always looking for Turkish restaurants to try. We ate here for lunch. The atmosphere is pleasant - plenty of tables but not overcrowded, appropriate décor, and comfortable temperature. There is plenty of variety on the menu as well as lunch and dinner portions available. We ordered the hummus appetizer ($5); it was tasty, but not enough bread in proportion to the hummus, and had to ask for more. I had the mixed kebab (Kofte and chicken)($10) which came with Basmati rice, sautéed vegetables (squash, zucchini, onion, & mushrooms), and a side salad. The meat and vegetables were well seasoned but the rice lacked enough salt. You can choose from any of their side salads which was nice and I got the Green Olive salad (lettuce, tomato, cucumber, feta, olive, banana pepper, and house vinaigrette) which was average. My husband had the Gyro platter ($10)(also came with rice, vegetables, & side salad). The lamb was tender and well seasoned. My daughter had the chicken melt wrap (chicken, cheese & honey mustard dressing in a garlic wrap)($8) which came with a side salad. We didn't like the wrap, the flavors didn't seem to go well together. We had the Turkish baklava for dessert. It was good but could use more honey/syrup drizzled on top. I ordered the Turkish tea, but was disappointed they didn't have the traditional sugar cubes to add to it and I had to use a sugar packet. My daughter loves Turkish apple tea, but we were disappointed that they didn't offer it. They weren't very busy but the service was slow. Overall it was good, but with a few improvements it could be excellent.
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